sacagawea

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In History
  • Sacagawea was born in May of 1788

    Sacagawea was born in May of 1788
    She was born in 1788. She was born in Lemhi Country, Idaho. Sacagawea's father was a shoshone chief. Her parents names were believed to be Otter Woman (mother) and Smoked Lodge (father).
  • Sacagawea was kidnapped by Hidasta Indians

    Sacagawea was kidnapped by Hidasta Indians
    Sacagawea was 12 when she was kidnapped. The Hidasta Indians that kidnapped her were enemies with the shoshone's. Sacagawea was part of the Shoshone group.
  • Sacagawea was sold into slavery

    Sacagawea was sold into slavery
    When sacagawea is kidnapped she is taken to the camp of the Hidasta's near the border of North Dakota. They sell her into slavery. She will be in slavery for 4 years.
  • Lewis and Clark expedition assembles

    Lewis and Clark expedition assembles
    The Lewis and Clark expedition starts to become real. They will assemble it in St.Louis. St.Louis is located in Missouri.
  • Sacagawea is sold to Toussaint

    Sacagawea is sold to Toussaint
    In 1804 Sacagawea is sold to Toussaint, who she would later marry. After being kidnapped for 4 years she is finally sold. Sacagawea will mary Toussaint in a few months.
  • Sacagawea meets Lewis and Clark

    Sacagawea meets Lewis and Clark
    Sacagawea was 17 when she met Lewis and Clark. She played the role as an interprete and negotiator. She met them after being trapped for 5 years with the Hidasta Indians.
  • Sacagawea married Toussaint Charbonneau

    Sacagawea married Toussaint Charbonneau
    Toussaint was a French Canadian explorer. He was also a trapper. Toussaint was a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Toussaint was 37 when they got married.
  • Sacagawea had her first child

    Sacagawea had her first child
    Sacagawea's first child was named Jean Baptistse. Sacagawea was 17 when she had Jean. She will have her next kid at age 24.
  • The Pacific Ocean

    The Pacific Ocean
    The people on the Lewis and Clark expedition see the Pacific Ocean. This is the first sight of the Pacific Ocean on the journey. The explorers found a waterway to the Pacific Ocean.
  • End of the Lewis and Clark expedition.

    End of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
    In September of 1806, the expedition of Lewis and Clark will end. The 8,000 mile journey was over. Sacagawea was with Lewis and Clark for 2 years: 1804-1806
  • Sacagawea had her second child

    Sacagawea had her second child
    Sacagawea is now 24. She has Liseette Charbonneau. This is her second child. Lisette will die in 1813. When Sacagawea dies William Clark will adopt both of her children.
  • Sacagawea died

    Sacagawea died
    Sacagawea dies in 1812. She was 24 years old. This is also the year that she had her second child. Sacagawea died of typhus. She was buried in Lander, Wyoming.