- n. the Shoshone guide and interpreter who guided the Lewis and Clark expedition part of the way
““Well, this town is called Sacajawea, and the Native Americans like to honor their elders….””
““It’s called Sacajawea,” Angela said, ignoring her misgivings.”
“Tucked away in the selection of celebrity dolls is a 'role models' range that includes Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, native American Indian Sacajawea and Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi - though Seth admitted Miley Cyrus will have been a far more popular choice.”
“I like the Sacajawea statue and its placement in WA Park: one encounters it by surprise; she stands alone near an entrance.”
“When I noted above that I am familiar with the tribal names but not the individuals, I did not mean to imply that I am unfamiliar with Sacajawea or both Chief Josephs but only that I am uncertain regarding their or any other Native American's local commemoration.”
“Pretty big names, although I think the Oregon connection is somewhat tenous, as I think both merely passed through Oregon (Sacajawea to guide Lewis and Clark and Chief Joseph to flee the U.S. Army).”
“Franklin, Hamilton, and Sacajawea can stay, and we can bring back Susan B. Anthony.”
“He uses it to reanimate returning characters Attila the Hun (Patrick Gallagher), Sacajawea (Mizou Peck), miniature cowboy Jedediah Smith (Owen Wilson), and tiny Roman pal Octavius (Steve Coogan) along with a gaggle of grunting Neanderthals.”
“Most American children know about Lewis and Clark but not Sacajawea.”
“Thanks as well to Claudia Cross, who is the Sacajawea to my Meriwether Lewis apologies to Meriwether Lewis on this intriguing expedition.”
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