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(1788?–1812?). A teenager named Sacagawea served as an interpreter for the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the western United States. She was a Lemhi Shoshone Indian. She traveled thousands of miles through the wilderness with the explorers, from the Dakotas to the Pacific Ocean and back again. Many memorials have been raised in her honor, in part for the fortitude with which she faced hardship on the difficult journey.
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