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Sacagawea by Peter Roop
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May 06, 2009

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Fictional account of the life of Sacagawea, as she tells it to her (real) son, Pomp. The book is written from her point of view, but because she left no written records, the book is largely based on the journals of Lewis and Clark during the expedition to find the Pacific Ocean in 1805-6. Obviously any account of her thoughts and feelings is pure guesswork on the part of the Roops.

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