Main Idea: Sacagawea and her tribe were excited for Lewis and Clark to arrive with their Corps of Discovery expedition.
Main Idea: Sacagawea is being helpful during the trip.
Main Idea: The Corps of Discovery lands in Sacagawea's home.
Details: On May 14, 1804, a crew of 40 men and a dog left in canoes on the Missouri River. They were on a journey to the Pacific ocean. Sacagawea and her husband Charbonneou were hired to join the Corps of Discovery and be interpreters of the Shoshone language.
Details: Sacagawea gives birth to Jean-Baptiste in February. On April 7, 1805, they headed west. The boat suddenly tips over and the supplies fall out. Sacagawea saves the journals, gunpowder, medicine, and scientific instruments.
Details: The Corps builds a wagon to carry all of their supplies on land. A flash flood makes rocks and mud fall from the mountain. They went back on water and rode to Sacagawea's old home. She meets her Shoshone and hugs her mother.