sacagewea

Sacagawea

Sacagawea got married when she was 16. Sacagawea was born in 1788 in a Shoshone indian camp. She had a son with her husband. She got kidnapped. She collected berries. She died in 1812. Sacagawea helped the indians trade stuff. She helped the tribe reach the Pacific Ocean. She helped Lewis and Clark. People still remember her. She has a statue. She left with Charbonneau for Missouri in 1809. She returned to her village in 1806. In 1787 she was a Shoshone Indian women. She is brave. She married a stranger.Sacagawea got married when she was 16. Sacagawea was born in 1788 in a Shoshone indian camp. She had a son with her husband. She got kidnapped. She collected berries. She died in 1812. Sacagawea helped the indians trade stuff. She helped the tribe reach the Pacific Ocean. She helped Lewis and Clark. People still remember her. She has a statue. She left with Charbonneau for Missouri in 1809. She returned to her village in 1806. In 1787 she was a Shoshone Indian women. She is brave. She married a stranger.