Main Idea: Sacagawea and her tribe are excited for Lewis and Clark to arrive with their Corps of Discovery.
Main Idea: Sacagawea was brave to save the people in the ocean.
Main Idea: Sacagawea recognizes her home because of landmarks.
Details:On May 14, 1804, a crew of of 40 men left canoes on the Misssouri River. They were on a journey to the Pacific ocean. Sacagawea and her husband, Charbonneau were hired to join the Corps of Discovery and be an interpreter.
Details: Sacacgawea did what she could to help the expedition, even though she was payed nothing. Sacagawea stayed calm and got the captians important things.
Details: Sacagawea recognizes a landmark that her people called the Beaver Head Mountain. Nearly two weeks later, Sacagawea walked along the river, scanning the family territory.