5 edition of Sacajawea and the journey to the Pacific found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Gina Ingoglia ; illustrations by Charlie Shaw.|
|Genre||Juvenile fiction., Fiction.|
|Series||Disney"s American frontier ;, #7|
|Contributions||Shaw, Charles, 1941- ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.I53 Sac 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
|ISBN 10||1562822624, 1562822632|
|LC Control Number||92052977|
Sacagawea by Kitson Jazynka This title from National Geographic Kids tells the story of Sacagawea and her role in the Lewis and Clark expedition. The Lewis and Clark Expedition by John Perritano This title from A True Book series follows Lewis and Clark along their journey westward and recounts their personal experiences. The legend tells us of Sacagawea ("Bird Woman") as the guide showing Lewis and Clark the way over the Rockies to the Pacific Ocean, and fictionalized accounts have embroidered on her life as it might have been. In fact, however, her life as it Brand: University of California Press.
In , when she was about 12 years old, Sacagawea was kidnapped by a war party of Hidatsa Indians -- enemies of her people, the Shoshones. She was taken from her Rocky Mountain homeland, located. Sacajawea's function in history is a fascination for many Americans, both Native and Euro American. Myth often depicts Sacagawea as a solo guide for Lewis and Clark in their journey across the central and western portions of the United States in an attempt to locate a direct water route to the Pacific Ocean. However, history books and scholars.
The Pacific Ocean The expedition finally reached the Pacific Ocean in November of They were amazed at the sight of the ocean. Sacagawea was especially amazed at the size of the remains of a beached whale they saw on the ocean shore. They stayed near the ocean for the winter before beginning the journey home. Return Home. Sacagawea was the young Shoshone Indian woman who served as Lewis and Clark’s translator on their expedition to explore the uncharted western regions of America. She made the entire journey to the Pacific, and the return trip, with a newborn baby on her back; many believe without her aid, the journey, commissioned by President Thomas.
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Sacajawea and the Journey to the Pacific: A Historical Novel (Disney's American Frontier, Book 7)Author: Gina Ingoglia.
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On the way back from the Pacific, Sacajawea led the explorers through the Bozeman Pass in the Rocky Mountains. Throughout the expedition, Sacajawea collected numerous roots and berries, helping to feed the men through difficult times.
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Path To The Pacific. A biography of the Shoshone girl, Sacagawea, from age eleven when she was kidnapped by the Hitdatsa to the end of her journey with Lewis and Clark, plus speculation about her /5.
Clad ln a doeskin, alone and unafraid, she stood straight and proud before the onrushlng Forces of America’s destiny: Sacajawea. child of a Shoshoni chief, lone woman on Lewis and Clark‘s historic trek-beautiful spear of a dying nation.
She knew many men, walked many /5. The bilingual Shoshone woman Sacagawea (c. – ) accompanied the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery expedition in from the northern plains through the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean and back. Her skills as a translator were invaluable, as was her intimate knowledge of some difficult terrain.
Once Sacagawea left the expedition, the details of her life become more elusive. Init is believed that she and her husband — or just her husband, according to some accounts — traveled with their son to St.
Louis to see Clark. Pomp was left in Clark's care. Sacagawea gave birth to her second child. When they finally reached the Pacific, Sacagawea shared in their triumph. Using the journals of Lewis, Clark and other members of the expedition, award-winning author Judith St.
George brings to life the story of this remarkable woman and her contribution to one of America's great journeys of exploration. Sacagawea is best known for her association with the Lewis and Clark Expedition (–06). A Shoshone woman, she accompanied the expedition as an interpreter and traveled with them for thousands of miles from St Louis, Missouri, to the Pacific Northwest.
Sacajawea and the Journey to the Pacific: A Historical Novel (Disneys American Frontier, Book 7) by Gina Ingoglia. Sacajawea and the Journey to the Pacific: A Historical Novel (Disneys American Frontier, Book 7) Author: Gina Ingoglia Language: English Edition: 1st Binding: Paperback Pages: 76 Publisher: Disney Pr Publication Date: This book retraces Sacajawea’s path across the Northwest, from the Mandan Indian villages in present-day South Dakota to the Pacific Ocean, and back.
On the journey Sacajawea was accompanied by her 4/5(1). Books for adults Sacajawea Written by Harold P. Howard and published by University of Oklahoma Press. The Fate of the Corps, What Became of the Lewis and Clark Explorers After the Expedition Written by Larry E.
Morris and published by Yale University Press. Books for children I Am Sacajawea, I Am York: Our Journey West with Lewis and Clark. A fictional recreation of the journey of Sacajawea, a guide for Lewis and Clark on their expedition across the Northwest to the Pacific Ocean.
The program carefully traces the journey from St. Louis to Fort Mandan in North Dakota, over the Rockies to the Pacific and back. This is the Lewis & Clark journey, in her words. Sacagawea By Lise Erdrich, Illustrated by Julie Buffalohead This is a biography of the Shoshone girl, Sacagawea, from age eleven when she was kidnapped by the Hitdatsa to the end of her journey with Lewis and Clark, plus speculation about her later life.
years. Lewis and Clark: A Prairie Dog for the President. Sacajawea and the journey to the Pacific: a historical novel.
[Gina Ingoglia; Charles Shaw] -- A fictional recreation of the journey of Sacajawea, a guide for Lewis and Clark on their expedition across the Northwest to the Pacific Ocean. A summary of Sacajawea Joins Lewis and Clark in 's Sacajawea.
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out of 5 stars A long journey to the Pacific. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Octo The first half of the book is quite accurate regarding the journey of Lewis and Clark. a different culture a different world. If you enjoy history I think you will love this book about hardest part is learning to spell /5().
Discover the expedition that put Lewis and Clark on the map, and the remarkable woman who made it possible. At just sixteen years old, Sacajawea had already been kidnapped, gambled away to a French trader who wanted her for his wife, and was pregnant with her first child.
But her greatest challenge was about to begin. As Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark started their journey to 2/5(3). Sacagawea left with the Corps of Discover, and the expedition reached the Pacific Ocean on November 8, They held a vote to determine where they would locate their winter quarters.
It is a mark of their deep respect for her that Sacagawea was given a voice in the decision by being allowed to vote.Sacajawea is well-known as the Indian woman who led Lewis and Clark on their famous expedition to find the Pacific Ocean.
The truth is a bit different from the movie and children's book versions, however. In fact, Sacajawea was not officially a member of the expedition party.
This book retraces Sacajawea’s path across the Northwest, from the Mandan Indian villages in present-day South Dakota to the Pacific Ocean, and back. On the journey Sacajawea was accompanied by her ne’er-do-well French-Canadian husband, Toussaint Charboneau, and her infant son, Baptiste, who became a favorite of the members of the Brand: University of Oklahoma Press.