Lewis and Clark Expedition- Part 2- Karina Romero-Ortega
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Meeting the Sacajawea
My name is Sacajawea. I am to translate for you when you need to communicate with the natives.
And some shelter!
We need to find food!
Communicating with Tribes
Trading with the natives.
Sacajawea was a girl who translated for the Lewis and Clark expedition when needing to communicate with the Natives, when they needed animals, or shelter. She was kidnapped at the age of 12 and sold as a slave. She was then hired by Clark.
Throughout the expedition there was some rainy, stormy, and even snow days. Most of the time they were starving because of this.
Throughout the expedition they communicated and traded with almost 50 tribes and there was one confrontation in 1805.
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