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"Sacagawea, 'Bird Woman'" • "c 1787-1812. Born Shoshone, she was captured by rival Native Americans and later sold to a French trapper. Both joined the Lewis & Clark Expedition, which she served as guide"

Sacagawea - a Native American girl who was a guide for Lewis and Clark. Sacagawea, Shoshone interpreter/guide, and the only female member of the Lewis and Clark expedition, while carrying a baby on her back for 2 years.

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Paha Ska, of Keystone, S.D., an Elder of the Oglala Sioux tribe from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, holds an original Indian Peace Medal that were given out by the Lewis and Clark Expedition to Native American leaders between 1804-06.

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Sacajawea Showed Lewis and Clark the way. While carrying a baby on her back. For a thousand miles.

COLUMBIA HILLS STATE PARK Upland grandeur aside, the cultural artifacts documenting Native American life on the river’s shore, along with history related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the park is located along the Columbia River near The Dalles, Oregon

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Sacagawea - Leading Lewis & Clark | Native American Encyclopedia

Randy’L He-dow Teton (born 1976) is the Shoshone woman who posed as the model for the US Sacagawea dollar coin, first issued in 2000. She is the first Native American woman to pose for an American coin and the only living person whose image appears on American currency

Monacan Indian Nation Powwow Native American, via Flickr.