Sacagawea helped the expedition get horses which were needed for the next part of the journey.
Sacagawea translated from Shoshone to Hidatsa, Charbonneau from Hidatsa to French and Labiche from French to English.
July 25, 1806 – During the trip back on the Yellowstone River, Clark climbed a 200-feet tall rock and named it “Pompy’s Tower” after Jean Babtiste, Sacagawea’s son.
August 17, 1806 – Sacagawea and Charbonneau arrived home in the Mandan village on the upper Missouri River.
The Sacagawea River is a tributary of the Musselshell River and is located in north central Montana. Clark and Lewis tended her during her recovery, they attributed her improvement to sulphur water from a nearby spring.
August 8, 1805 – Sacagawea recognized Beaverhead Rock and the river banks where the Shoshones lived.March 23, 1811 – Charbonneau did not adjust to the life tilling the land and sold his property to Clark for 0.Charbonneau and Sacagawea moved to Ford Manuel Lisa.c.1800 – In a confrontation between the Hidatsas and Sacagawea’s tribe, the Shoshones, Sacagawea and other young women were kidnapped. government announced the acquisition of new land in the northwest know as the Louisiana Purchase.The Hidatsas sold Sacagawea to French Canadian fur-trader, Toussaint Charbonneau, who made her one of his wives. Summer 1803 – President Jefferson ordered the Corps of Discovery, led by William Clark and Meriwether Lewis, to explore the newly acquired lands in the American Northwest.Fall/Winter 1803 – Lewis and Clark set up Camp Wood in Illinois for the new recruits of the Corps of Discovery.May 1804 – The expedition departed from Camp Wood and started its journey up the Missouri River towards the Pacific Ocean.They left Jean Babtiste with Clark who enrolled him in a boarding school.August 12, 1812 – Sacagawea gave birth to a baby girl named Lizette. 1813: Clark signed the adoption papers for Lizette and Jean Babtiste.August 17, 1805 – The expedition arrived at Shoshone lands.Sacagawea recognized her brother, Chief Cameahwait, and a woman who had been taken prisoner with her.