7 edition of Sacagawea found in the catalog.
November 2, 2006 by Benchmark Books (NY) .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||48|
She had a very special relationship Sacagawea book him. Sacagawea and the Corps of Discovery Within a month, a near-tragedy earned Sacagawea particular respect. Fort Clatsop After reaching the Pacific coast in NovemberSacagawea was allowed to cast her vote along with the other members of the expedition for where they would build a fort to stay for the winter. Text-to-Self What do you think the most difficult thing about the journey was for Sacagawea?
Encourage students to support their answers with details and evidence from the text. Lewis and Clark met Charbonneau and quickly hired him Sacagawea book serve as interpreter on their Sacagawea book. They hired Charbonneau and asked him to bring Sacagawea along so she could help interpret when they reached the Shoshone. After more than a year of planning and initial travel, Lewis and Clark and their men reached the Hidatsa-Mandan settlement—about 60 miles northwest of present-day Bismarck, South Dakota—on November 2,when Sacagawea was about six months pregnant. Amy Mossett as Sacagawea. She was then sold or gambled into the possession of a French-Canadian fur-trader and trapper named Toussaint Charbonneau, who made her his wife.
In Sacagawea book, Lewis and Clark named a branch of the Missouri for Sacagawea several days later. Words to Know Explain to students that each vocabulary word is an idea that describes a concept in history or geography. Much to her surprise, the chief was Sacagawea's brother. I think the introduction gets readers interested in Sacagawea and helps us understand why she is important.
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A war party never traveled with a woman -- especially a woman with a baby. As a very small girl, she worshiped many Sacagawea book as did most Sacagawea book.
During council meetings between Indian chiefs and the Corps where Shoshone was spoke, Sacagawea was used and valued as an interpreter. Baptiste was educated by Clark in St. Others say that she returned home to the Shoshone and lived for another seventy years and died on April 9, She was then sold to a Sacagawea book trapper named Toussaint Charbonneau who made her one of his wives.
She was a small and slender girl at the time of being captured. Encourage students to fill in concept wheels for the other vocabulary words and check their definitions against a dictionary definition.
Sacagawea had yet to see the ocean, and after willfully asking Clark, she was allowed to accompany the group to the sea. Set a time limit, and challenge students to work together to create and record coin combinations using abbreviations such as 3 Q, 2 D, 1 N. Sacagawea worked in the fields for the Hidatsa.
The success of the journey hinged on finding the tribe: without horses the explorers would be unable to get their supplies over the mountains. The next day, they found a group of Shoshones. But Jefferson wanted more from the explorers who would search for the passage: He charged them with surveying the natural landscape, learning about the varied Native American tribes and making maps.
Most 20th century books, encyclopedias, and movies have perpetuated this theory, creating the mistaken identity of the Wind River woman.
Clark, in particular, developed a close bond with Sacagawea as she and Baptiste would often accompany him as Sacagawea book took his turn walking the shore, checking for obstacles in the river that could damage the boats. A few years after the expedition, she gave birth Sacagawea book a daughter named Lizette.
The boat in which she was sailing nearly capsized when a squall Sacagawea book and Charbonneau, the navigator, panicked.
Ask students to skim the text and find a place to add another sidebar to the book. Sacagawea, the daughter of a Shoshone chief, was born circa in Lemhi County, Idaho. They hired Charbonneau and asked him to bring Sacagawea along so she could help interpret when they reached the Shoshone.
When Sacagawea was fifteen she married Charbonneau, who was a French-Canadian fur trader. Model how to use the concept wheel with the first vocabulary word, continent. Despite this joyous family reunion, Sacagawea remained with the explorers for the trip west.
Still, Sacagawea contributed significantly to the success of the journey. Sacagawea with Lewis and Clark at Three Forks. Often called the Corps of Discovery, the Lewis and Clark Expedition planned to explore newly acquired western lands and find a route to the Pacific Ocean.
They built Fort Clatsop near present-day Astoria, Oregon, and they remained there until March of the following year. It is also written in the voice of Sacagawea, whereas the rest of the book is written in the third person.Captured!" If not for this, Sacagawea never would have been invited on the famous Lewis and Clark expedition, and without her help, it most likely would have failed.
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