Sacagawea

Events

Born In Lemhi County, Idaho

1788

In a confrontation between the Hidatsas and Sacagawea’s tribe

1800

Sacagawea and other young women were kidnapped and sold

1800

President Jefferson ordered the Corps of Discovery, led by Clark and Lewis.

1803

Lewis and Clark met Toussaint Charbonneau and hired him as their Hidatsa interpreter

1804

Sacagawea accompanied as she was pregnant

Sacagawea gave birth to a baby boy named Jean Babtiste (“Pompy”)..

1805

The Birth was assisted by Lewis

The expedition leaved Fort Mandan. Sacagawea, with 55days old Jean Babtiste in her arms,

1805

Sacagawea became sick for seven days. Clark and Lewis tended her during her recovery

1805

The expedition arrived at Shoshone

1805

Sacagawea recognized her brother and women that had been kidnapped with her

After the winter had passed, the expedition packed up and prepared for their way back.

1806

Charbonneau took possession of the 320 acres

1810

The left Jean with Clark who enrolled him in boarding school

1811

Sacagawea gave birth to a baby girl named Lizette.

1812

Sacagawea died in South Dakota.

1812

She was 25

Clark signed the adoption papers for Lizette and Jean Babtiste.

1813