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National Women's History Month - As part of Women's History Month we look at the important roles Sacagawea played in the success of the expedition and the important legacy her life provides us today.


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National Women's History Month 

E- learning Vignettes:

Podcast Directory  Daily Life of Sacagawea

Podcast Directory Kidnapped as a child, Sacajawea had been torn away from her people, so finding the Shoshone meant more than the purchase of horses -- it meant returning to the land of her birth, for Sacajawea was a Lemhi. Told by Arlie Neskahi 

Podcast Directory Rozina George tells of her great great great great aunt, Sacajawea, who was captured as a child, and then reunited with her family as a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Podcast Directory Sacajawea's Legacy told by Judy Bluehorse Skelton

      Sacagawea's Significant dates, Memorials, Interpretive Centers

Sacajawea Collectibles

1971 Franklin Mint Husky Oil Co. Rugged American Medal of Sacajawea

Lewis and Clark Reach Shoshone Camp Led by Sacajawea the Bird Woman by Charles Marion Russell - 18" x 27" Premium Canvas Print


 Sacajawea's People: The Lemhi Shoshones and the Salmon River Country

The Truth About Sacajawea (Lewis & Clark Expedition)

Events & Activities

 March 11 from 6 - 9pm
Star Party at Lewis and Clark Nat'l Historic Trails Center, Great Falls, MT.   A star-gazing experience with large telescopes set up for public viewing, and interesting explanations of the features being viewed. The Lewis and Clark Expedition relied on celestial observation to chart their course. Learn more about our night sky.  For more information call:

March 19 - 26: "Spring Whale Watching Week" at Ecola Park, Oregon .  About 18,000 whales will pass by during March, April, May and June on their way to Alaska's Bering Sea.  Juveniles pass first followed by adults. Last are the mothers and babies.  More info   
1806-Clark, Sacagawea and the beached whale

St. Patrick's Day
The Irish Connection

Private George Shannon was of Irish-Protestant descent. During a visit to Pittsburgh he had a chance meeting with Lewis.   More info





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