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A hero research presentation by Madison.

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  • Most historians still believe Sacajawea died of Typhus at Fort Manuel in South Dakota on Dec. 20, 1812, at the age of 25. There appears to be some evidence to support this such as the journal of a clerk at the fort who noted, 'Tonight, the wife of Charbonneau died...' However, Shoshone oral history describes Sacajawea living a nomadic life, finally appearing at the Wind River Reservation and dying there in 1884, an old woman. I'd like to believe the latter myself. It's tragic to think she survivied the hardships of the Lewis and Clark expedition only to die so young, leaving two young children behind.

    Natasha Yim
    Author, 'Sacajawea of the Shoshone' (Goosebottom Books, 2012)
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  • Sacajawea By Madison H.
  • Sacajawea was aShoshone Indian whoguided the Lewis andClark expedition when she was only ateenager. As you readthis, you will learn the life of Sacajawea. Enjoy! :)
  • Younger Life While Sacajawea was 11 years old, her tribe was attacked by the Hidatsa tribe. She did not make it out fast enough so the tribe took her as a slave. Later on, The Bird Women (Sacajawea) was won by Info from: http:// Toussaint Charbonneauwww.teacherlink.usu.edu/ while he was gambling.tlresources/units/byrnes- She became 1 out of his famous/sacajawe.html many Native American wives.
  • The Lewis and Clark ExpeditionThe expedition started on May 14, 1804.While traveling, Lewis and Clark hired Charbonneau just to have Sacajawea guide them from the Great Plains to the Pacific Ocean. The Info from: http:// expedition ended in www.edgate.com/ 1806. lewisandclark/
  • Other Facts• Sacajawea was born sometime around 1784• Had a little boy named Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. He was born on February 11, 1805• Her brother was chief of the ShoShone village Info From:• The US mint made a coin in her http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/ A0906820.html remembrance http://www.edgate.com/lewisandclark/• Died April 9, 1884 in Wyoming http://www.teacherlink.usu.edu/tlresources/ units/byrnes-famous/sacajawe.html
  • Sacajaweas graveThe coin the US mintissued in her The map of thelikeness. Lewis an Clark expedition
  • Words Cited• http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0906820.html• http://www.edgate.com/lewisandclark/• http://www.teacherlink.usu.edu/tlresources/units/ byrnes-famous/sacajawe.html