Sacagawea was born in 188 Lemhi country, Idaho. Her dad was Shoshone chief. At about age 12 she was kidnapped by Hidatsa Indian tribe. She was sold into slavery and Toussaint Charbonneau, was made into her husband at a French-Canadian fur trader. Charbonneau bought Sacagawea. Her son Jean Baptiste Charbonneau was born on February 11, 1805. She had a brother named Cameahwait. Sacagawea's daughter was Lizette Charbonneau. She was on the one dollar coin.
Lewis and Clark expedition
After the Expedition