Sacajawea



(“Bird Woman”) 1787?–1812? Shoshone guide and interpreter: accompanied Lewis and Clark expedition 1804–05.
Historical Examples

First Across the Continent Noah Brooks
The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
The Conquest Eva Emery Dye
Scouting For Girls, Official Handbook of the Girl Scouts Girl Scouts
The Conquest Eva Emery Dye

Sacajawea [(sak-uh-juh-wee-uh)]

Note: Her portrait is stamped on the golden dollar.

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