Sacajawea

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  • Sacajawea and her tribe the Shooshini
  • Sacajawea's life with her husband and his wife 
  • Sacajawea and her husband become translators to General Lewis and Clark
  • Sacajawea had a sister and two brothers. Her tribe lived in tents which were movable. So when the season changes they could move to another place for food.
  • Sacajawea rejoins with her brother and her tribe
  • When she was 12 years old the enemy tribe attacked the Shooshi kidnaping her and her friend. She was forced to marriage to a French man. He had another wife and child.
  • Finish their journey
  • Sacajawea and her husband were contracted to translate to the English men Lewis and Clark.
  • Sacajawea turns in to an american hero
  • Sacajawea was reunited with her brother who became chief and the rest of her family died when the enemy tribe attacked.
  • Sacajawea's trip ends when the Missouri river leaded to the ocean.
  • Sacajawea was a very important person in American history because with out her  the group would have died in less than a month.
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