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Lewis and Clark Expedition: Sacagawea

These sites are about Sacagawea and the following Native American tribes: Flathead, Shoshone, Mandan, and Blackfeet. Includes a WebQuest on Lewis and Clark and Sacagawea.


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This is sponsored by PBS and describes the life and times of Sacagawea.
This site includes information about Sacagawea, the Shoshone woman who acted as a guide and interpreter for Lewis and Clark's discovery expedition.
Read about the life of this important wowan.
Learn how important Sacagawea was to the Lewis and Clark expedition in the 1800s. Read about the spelling of her name.
Find out more about the Sacagawea Dollar coin.
This site has information about Sacagawea's life, as well as information about the Shoshone and Hidatsa American Indians.
Learn the story of Sacajawea as told by the Lemhi-Shoshone. Click on "links/resources" and scroll to the bottom for some student activities to accompany the story.
Click on any of the tribes under the PBS logo next to the "PBS Home" tab to view information on what that particular tribe has to do with the Lewis and Clark expedition. Includes information on the Blackfeet, the Mandans, and Shoshones.
This brief entry includes information about the Flathead (or Salish) Indians.
This site includes brief articles about the Shoshone and Mandan Indians.
Learn about the Shoshone Tribe and the role that they played in Lewis and Clark's expeditions, plus much more.
Learn about the Lewis and Clark led Corps of Discovery and their journey that began in Missouri. See the Louisiana Purchase and other documents from that time. Includes a WebQuest on Lewis and Clark and also two ThinkQuests.

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