Sacagawea (Sacagawea) by Liselotte Erdrich
  

Sacagawea (Sacagawea)

Liselotte Erdrich

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Sacagawea (Sacagawea) by Liselotte Erdrich

Taking a rare look beyond the myths and legends surrounding Sacagawea's life, this extraordinary illustrated history recounts the known facts about a remarkable women and her contribution to one of America's greatest journeys of exploration. Combining beautifully wrought oil paintings, a moving true story, and a unique larger format, Sacagawea will captivate readers of all ages. Kidnapped from her Shoshone tribe when she was just eleven or twelve, Sacagawea lived with her captors for four years before being given in marriage to a French Canadian fur trapper, Toussaint Charbonneau. With him, she served as interpreter, peacemaker, and guide for the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the Northwest in 1805-1806. Braving hunger and fierce blizzards, Sacagawea traveled thousands of miles with a baby on her back. By the end of the legendary journey, Sacagawea's steadfast courage and capable guidance had ensured her place in history.

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Format

eBook

Author

Liselotte Erdrich
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Publisher

Lerner Publishing Group ediciones Lerner

Publication date

1st August 2005

ISBN

9780822563150



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