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I Am Sacajawea, I Am York

Our Journey West With Lewis and Clark
Murphy, Claire Rudolf (Book - 2005 )
I Am Sacajawea, I Am York
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Sacajawea, a Shoshoni woman, and York, a slave, assist Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on their westward expedition; Sacajawea using her knowledge of the land, and York using his superior hunting skills. When Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery set out in the spring of 1804, they had chosen to go on an unprecedented, extremely dangerous journey. It would be the adventure of a lifetime. Unlike others in the group, two key members did not choose to join the hazardous expedition: York, Clark's slave, and Sacajawea, considered to be the property of Charbonneau, the expedition's translator. The unique knowledge and skills Sacajawea and York had were essential to the success of the trip. The dual stories of these two outsiders, who earned their way into the inner core of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, shed new light on one of the most exciting and important undertakings in American history.
Authors: Murphy, Claire Rudolf
Title: I am Sacajawea, I am York
our journey West with Lewis and Clark
Publisher: New York : Walker, c2005
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill., col. maps ;,24 x 27 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Claire Rudolf Murphy ; illustrations by Higgins Bond
Notes: Maps on lining papers
Summary: Sacajawea, a Shoshoni woman, and York, a slave, assist Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on their westward expedition; Sacajawea using her knowledge of the land, and York using his superior hunting skills. When Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery set out in the spring of 1804, they had chosen to go on an unprecedented, extremely dangerous journey. It would be the adventure of a lifetime. Unlike others in the group, two key members did not choose to join the hazardous expedition: York, Clark's slave, and Sacajawea, considered to be the property of Charbonneau, the expedition's translator. The unique knowledge and skills Sacajawea and York had were essential to the success of the trip. The dual stories of these two outsiders, who earned their way into the inner core of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, shed new light on one of the most exciting and important undertakings in American history.
Additional Contributors: Bond, Higgins
ISBN: 0802789218
0802789196
9780802789198
Branch Call Number: j 917.8 M9782i 2005
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references
Subject Headings: Sacagawea Juvenile literature Shoshoni women Biography Juvenile literature Shoshoni Indians Biography Juvenile literature York, approximately 1775-approximately 1815 Juvenile literature Slaves West (U.S.) Biography Juvenile literature African Americans West (U.S.) Biography Juvenile literature Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) Juvenile literature West (U.S.) Discovery and exploration Juvenile literature West (U.S.) Biography Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Shoshoni women
Shoshoni Indians
Slaves
African Americans
LCCN: 2004049498
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The unique knowledge and skills Sacajawea and York had were essential to the success of the Corps. The dual stories of these two outsiders shed new light on one of the most exciting and important undertakings in American history.


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