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Sacagawea's son: Through the mist of two centuries, a portrait emerges

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Sacagawea carried her infant son on her back...rattlesnake rattle crumbled in water. Sacagawea drank it, and because of it, or...life also is spotty. Charbonneau won Sacagawea, one of his several wives, as a...

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Rather than protesting, many Indian tribes embracing bicentennial

...Plains. And, of course, there was Sacagawea, the young Shoshone woman who accompanied...Drouillard, who would translate to French for Sacagawea's husband, Toussaint Charbonneau...the message in the Hidatsa language to Sacagawea, who would then deliver the message...

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Excerpts from expedition's journals

...the expedition, bringing his wife, Sacagawea.) -- Nov. 4, 1804, Clark, preparing...evening one of the wives of Charbono (Sacagawea) was delivered of a fine boy. ''it...Montana. (Two days later, he credits Sacagawea: ''The Indian woman, to whom I ascribe...

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On 200th anniversary of journey, a look back is a hard look at ourselves

...territory that remains largely wild, Sacagawea, the young Shoshone woman who made the...is that it was so useless.'' Even Sacagawea's halo slips in a Harper's magazine...started to say, what did we do?'' Sacagawea's place grows in texts with the women's...

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A thumbnail sketch of William Clark

...affairs position, sometimes meeting with delegations from tribes he had met on the expedition. He helped raise and educate Sacagawea's son and daughter. He named his own son Meriwether Lewis Clark. William Clark died in St. Louis on Sept. 1, 1838.

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At trail's end, a historic vote that few remember

...chose to make the difficult crossing of the Columbia into what is now Oregon, where Indians had said elk could be found. Sacagawea, the Shoshone woman who made the trip, also voted. Using her nickname, Clark wrote: ''Janey in favour of a place where...

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Some bicentennial events along route of expedition

...his name on eastbound return journey. AUG. 17-20, 2006. NEW TOWN, N.D. Events sponsored by tribes, focusing on Sacagawea's contributions to the expedition. SEPT. 23, 2006. ST. LOUIS. Bicentennial of expedition's return to St. Louis...

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