Sacagawea was a Lemhi Shoshone Indian. She joined the Corps of Discovery to help Meriwether Lewis and William Clark reach the Pacific Ocean. During her lifetime, Sacagawea learned to travel long distances, married a French fur trader, and saved some important papers for Lewis and Clark. Can you imagine what it was like for her growing up? What kind of a mother was she? Read this book to find the answers to these questions and many more. In this book you will find out the names of Sacagawea’s sister and brothers, see why she named her son Pomp, and learn the nicknames she used for Lewis and Clark.
Table of Contents
Seeing the big water Kidnapped A new life Beginning the journey Danger along the way A happy reunion At the Pacific Ocean A woman of courage.