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Sacagawea

Native American interpreter

by Judy Alter

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Published by Child"s World in Chanhassen, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sacagawea -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Sacagawea.,
  • Shoshoni women -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Shoshoni Indians -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Shoshoni Indians -- Biography.,
  • Indians of North America -- Biography.,
  • Women -- Biography.

  • About the Edition

    A biography of Sacagawea, the Shoshoni Indian woman who played an important role in guiding the Lewis and Clark expedition through the Northwest Territory of the United States in 1805-1806.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Judy Alter.
    GenreJuvenile literature., Biography, Biography.
    SeriesOur people
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF592.7.S123 A48 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3939793M
    ISBN 101567661661
    LC Control Number2001007399
    OCLC/WorldCa48544023

    Model how to use the concept wheel with the first Sacagawea book word, continent. Her skills as a translator were invaluable, as was her intimate knowledge of some difficult terrain. They hired Charbonneau and asked him to bring Sacagawea along so she could help interpret when they reached the Shoshone. During most of the 20th century, several generations of Americans have believed a theory that originated in by Dr. Sacagawea was a highly skilled food gatherer.

    I think the introduction gets readers interested in Sacagawea book and helps us understand why she is important. Shelter Publications provides a free pattern and instructions. She will be remembered for being and interpreter on the expedition to find the Northwest Passage to the Pacific Ocean. The Shoshone had luscious plains in a little valley. Tell students there is more than one right answer. Remarkably, Sacagawea did it all while caring for the son she bore just two months before departing.

    Lewis, 29, chose his friend and Sacagawea book military superior, year-old William Clarkas his co-captain. While Sacagawea did not speak English, she spoke Shoshone Sacagawea book Hidatsa. They had taken the captured Shoshones back to the Minnetaree village near the Missouri River as Minnetaree slaves. When it came time to barter with a group of Shoshoni for horses, not only could Sacajawea translate, but it turned out that the chief of the tribe was her long lost brother Cameahwait. As the Corps traveled eastward inreturning to St. Clark, in particular, developed a close bond with Sacagawea as she and Baptiste would often accompany him as he took his turn walking the shore, checking for obstacles in the river that could damage the boats.


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She soon became pregnant with her first child. When the Expedition did meet the Shoshone, Sacagawea helped the Corps communicate, translating along with her husband.

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She showed the men how to collect edible roots and other plants along the way.

Who Was Sacagawea?

Simply because she was a woman, Sacagawea helped the Corps. And an article from the Lemhi-Shoshone tribe Sacagawea book. Then brainstorm examples of the word continent and how the word is used in the book [Sacagawea was on one of the most important trips Sacagawea book made on this continent; North America.

Nevertheless, she saved the expedition considerable trouble time and again. Words to Know Explain to students that each vocabulary word is Sacagawea book idea that describes a concept in history or geography.

Mandan Indian village similar to the location and appearance of the aboriginal Native American Indian river settlement where Lewis and Clark first met Sacagawea in Then, through their intepreting chain of the captains, Labiche, Charbonneau, and Sacagawea, the expedition Sacagawea book able to purchase the horses it needed.

The success of the journey hinged on finding the tribe: without horses the Sacagawea book would be unable to get their supplies over the mountains.

When it came time to barter with a group of Shoshoni for horses, not only could Sacajawea translate, but it turned out that the chief of the tribe was her long lost brother Cameahwait. When Charbonneau's poor boatmanship in a storm nearly flipped one of Lewis Sacagawea book Clark's boats, causing Sacagawea book supplies to fall into the water, it was Sacajawea's quick thinking that saved the items, including scientific instruments, books, and journals.

According to Dr. In fact, however, her life as it might have been. Independent Reading If students are able to read I Am Sacagawea independently, help pace their reading by telling them to chunk the book into three to six reading sessions, depending on Sacagawea book amount of time students have to read during each session.

While Sacagawea is often remembered as the guide who led the Corps across the plains, Expedition journals offer little evidence of Sacagawea book. Shelter Publications provides a Sacagawea book pattern and instructions. Show students how to use a concept wheel to create definitions for these vocabulary words.

Encourage students to exchange papers to share their sidebars, or to project and read several examples on the whiteboard. After reaching the Pacific, Sacagawea returned with the rest of the Corps and her husband and son—having survived illness, flash floods, temperature extremes, food shortages, mosquito swarms and so much more—to their starting point, the Hidatsa-Mandan settlement, on August 14, She recovered many important papers and supplies that would otherwise have been lost, and her calmness under duress earned the compliments of the captains.

The family lived in a tepee. She also served as a symbol of peace — a group traveling with a woman and a child were treated with less suspicion than a group of men alone. Remarkably, Sacagawea did it all while caring for the son she bore just two months before departing. The Expedition was searching for a hypothesized Northwest Passage—a water-route linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans—and needed an interpreter of Indian languages in the Great Plains and Rocky Mountain regions they would be traveling.

After they read I Am Sacagawea, guide students to use their notes to fill in concept wheels for the vocabulary words.

Then have students come up with a definition of the word based on their ideas. At the end of the expedition, she was not paid, since she had never been formally hired. Some of the most famous Sacagawea models and actresses include pictured left-right : Hannah "Mink" Levings Grant Arikara, Hidatsa, Mandan tribes was the model for sculptor Leonard Crunelle 's life-size statue to commemorate the Lewis and Clark Expedition bicentennial On April 7, Sacagawea, the baby and Charbonneau headed west with the 31 other Corps members.

Sacagawea had given birth to a son that winter named Jean Baptiste.Sacagawea, the only woman to travel with the Corps of Discovery, did this and more. InSacagawea was living among the Mandan and Hidatsa, near present day Bismarck, North Dakota.

Approximately four years earlier, a Hidatsa raiding party had taken Sacagawea from her home in Idaho and from her people, the Lemhi Shoshone. Mar 29,  · In this book it is Sacajawea and Clark who tell the story to Pomp, Sacajawea's son. It is an easy read and goes through all the highlight of the journey, good and bad.

I read this book first and could not get enough of the tale and have now read several other books on /5(43). The legend tells us of Sacagawea ("Bird Woman") as the guide showing Lewis and Clark the way over the Rockies to the Pacific Ocean, and fictionalized accounts have embroidered on her life as it might have been.

In fact, however, her life as it might have been. In fact, however, the young Indian woman who accompanied the expedition did not serve as a guide--though her presence with her child 5/5(1).Taking a rare look beyond the myths and legends surrounding Pdf life, pdf extraordinary illustrated history recounts the known facts about a remarkable women and her contribution to one of America's greatest journeys of exploration.

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Somehow a Sacajawea dollar received edge lettering intended for presidential dollars. Edge lettering was not used on the Sacagawea Dollar (a.k.a. Native American Dollars) until