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" We had on board, a Frenchman named Charbonet, with his wife, an Indian woman of the Snake nation, both of whom had accompanied Lewis and Clark to the Pacific, and were of great service. The woman, a good creature, of a mild and gentle disposition greatly... "
Journal of a Fur-trading Expedition on the Upper Missouri: 1812-1813 - Page 127
by John C. Luttig - 1920 - 192 pages
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The Journal of Science and the Arts, Volume 3

Science - 1818
...had accompanied Captains Lewis and Clarke to the Pacific, and were of great service. The woman was of a mild and gentle disposition, greatly attached to the whites, whose manners and dress she tried to imitate, but had become sickly, and longed to revisit her native country ; her husband also,...
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The conquest: the true story of Lewis and Clark

Eva Emery Dye - Discoveries in geography - 1902 - 443 pages
...quickly adopted their manners and language; but, in the words of a chronicler who saw her there, " she had become sickly, and longed to revisit her native country. Her husband also had become wearied of civilised life." So back they went to the Minnetarees, bearing pipes from Clark...
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The Louisiana Purchase, and the Exploration, Early History and Building of ...

Ripley Hitchcock - Louisiana Purchase - 1904 - 349 pages
...Woman), had been captured from the Snake Indians and sold to her husband. The journal speaks of her as " a good creature, of a mild and gentle disposition, greatly attached to the whites." She and her husband accompanied the travelers throughout the remainder of their journey, and her patience,...
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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints ..., Volume 6

Reuben Gold Thwaites - Mississippi River Valley - 1904
...both as Sacajawea and Sahgahjawea, meaning "bird woman," but modern stui8n] Brackenridge' s Journal 33 of a mild and gentle disposition, greatly attached...country; her husband, also, who had spent many years among the Indians, had become weary of a civilized life. So true it is, that the attachment to the...
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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints ..., Volume 6

Reuben Gold Thwaites - Mississippi River Valley - 1904
...Clark, in their journals, both as Sacajawea and Sahgahjawea, meaning "bird woman," but modern stuof a mild and gentle disposition, greatly attached to...country; her husband, also, who had spent many years among the Indians, had become weary of a civilized life. So true it is, that the attachment to the...
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The Trail of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1904: A Story of the Great ..., Volume 1

Olin Dunbar Wheeler - Indians of North America - 1904
...Pacific, and were of great service. The woman, a good creature, of a mild and gentle disposition, [is] greatly attached to the whites, whose manners and...country; her husband, also, who had spent many years among the Indians, had become weary of a civilized life. It was hard to transform herself and live...
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The Lewis and Clark expedition

Ripley Hitchcock - Lewis and Clark Expedition - 1905 - 117 pages
...Woman), had been captured from the Snake Indians and sold to her husband. The journal speaks of her as "a good creature, of a' mild and gentle disposition, greatly attached to the whites." She and her husband accompanied the travelers throughout the remainder of their journey, and her patience,...
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A History of Missouri: From the Earliest Explorations and Settlements Until ...

Louis Houck - Missouri - 1908
...greatly attached to the whites, whose " Brackenridge's Journal, p. 10. manners and dress she tried to imitate; but she had become sickly and longed to...her native country; her husband also, who had spent years among the Indians, had become weary of civilized life. So true it is, that the attachment to...
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The Washington Historical Quarterly

Northwest, Pacific - 1913
...Snake Nation, both of whom had accompanied Lewis and Clark to the Pacific and were of great service. The woman, a good creature, of a mild and gentle disposition, greatly attached lo the whites, whose manners and dress she tries to imitate; but she had become sickly, and longed...
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The Washington Historical Quarterly, Volumes 3-4

Northwest, Pacific - 1908
...Snake Nation, both of whom had accompanied Lewis and Clark to the Pacific and were of great service. The woman, a good creature, of a mild and gentle disposition,...had become sickly, and longed to revisit her native country."21 Lisa's party left St. Charles April 2, 181 1, more than twenty days after Hunt's party....
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