Sacagawea: the Interpreter
by Alex Chavez, Collin Wheller, and Arianna Gonzales
Her Adult Life
She had kids, a boy and a girl. Her boys name was Jean Baptiste Charbonneau and her girls name was Lizette Charbonneau but we know Jean was with Sacagawea when she went with Lewis and Clark. Once they reached st. Louis, she,Toussaint and her kids decided to stay in st. Louis. Clark sold some land to Charbonneau along the Missouri river and became farmers.On December 20,1812 it is to be believed that she died of a fever at about age 25. But her tribe claims that she traveled back to her tribe and died years later in 1884.
- Sacagaweas name really isn't sacagawea, it is found to believe that her real name was HeToe or Huichu. That name (Sacagawea) was given to her when she got captured.
- HeToe means "little Bird"
- Sacagawea means "Bird Woman"
- She was a very brave woman
- On the expedition she founded her long lost brother
- When she was on the trip they had to eat candles until the weather was bearable
The true story of Sacajawea - Karen Mensing
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