When did Sacagawea join Lewis& Clark?

Answer Sacagawea, a Native American woman, served as a guide for the Lewis and Clark in their 1804-1806 expedition. She was married to a French Canadian trapper named Toussaint Charbonneau, who was hired ... Read More »

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How old was Sacagawea when she met Lewis& Clark?

Sacagawea met the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery team in 1805 around the age of 17, according to the Public Broadcasting Service. Sacagawea returned to her village on August 14, 1806, at about ... Read More »

When did Sacagawea meet Lewis& Clark?

Sacagawea joined the Lewis and Clark expedition sometime likely in late October 1804, just a few months after the expedition began. Lewis recorded taking on her and her husband in his journal on No... Read More »

When did Lewis and Clark meet up with Sacagawea?

Meriwether Lewis and William Clark met the Shoshone woman Sacagawea when they hired her husband, a French trader named Toussaint Charbonneau, as a guide on Nov. 4, 1804. Sacagawea had been living w... Read More »

Where did Sacagawea& Charbonneau live when Lewis& Clark came?

The Shoshone tribeswoman Sacagawea and her husband, Canadian trapper Toussaint Charbonneau, were living in a Native American village near present-day Washburn, North Dakota when explorers Lewis and... Read More »