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" this Evening the Wife of Charbonneau, a Snake Squaw died of a putrid fever she was a good and the best Woman in the fort aged abt 25 years she left a fine infant girl. "
Journal of a Fur-trading Expedition on the Upper Missouri: 1812-1813 - Page 100
by John C. Luttig - 1920 - 192 pages
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The Iowa Journal of History, Volume 19

Periodicals - 1921
...purchased a fine Dog of the Chajennes, this Evening the Wife of Charbonneau a Snake Squaw, died of putrid fever she was a good and the best Women in...fort, aged abt 25 years she left a fine infant girl." This Snake woman was Sacajawea or Sakakawea, as her name is given by Miss Drumm one of the...
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The Iowa Journal of History and Politics

1921
...purchased a fine Dog of the Chajennes, this Evening the Wife of Charbonneau a Snake Squaw, died of putrid fever she was a good and the best Women in...fort, aged abt 25 years she left a fine infant girl." This Snake woman was Sacajawea or Sakakawea, as her name is given by Miss Drumm one of the...
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A Catalogue of the Everett D. Graff Collection of Western Americana

Newberry Library - Reference - 1968 - 854 pages
...view of trader John Luttig's journal entry of 20 Dec.: 'this Evening the Wife of Charbonneau a Snake Squaw, died of a putrid fever she was a good and the best Woman in the fort, agd abt 25 years she left a fine infant girL' But, since Charbonneau had at least...
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Sacajawea

Harold P. Howard - Biography & Autobiography - 1971 - 214 pages
...fort were also brief. On December 20, 1812, he wrote: "This evening the wife of Charbonneau, a Snake squaw, died of a putrid fever. She was a good and the best woman in the fort, aged about 25 years. She left a fine infant girl." Luttig did not record the woman's...
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Sacagawea of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Ella E. Clark, Margot Edmonds - Biography & Autobiography - 1983 - 171 pages
...December 20, 1 8 1 2, he wrote his best-known entry: "this evening the Wife of Charbonneau a Snake Squaw, died of a putrid fever she was a good and the best woman in the fort, aged abt 25 years she left a fine infant girl." It is unfortunate for us that Luttig...
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The Other Side of Oregon

Ralph Friedman - History - 1993 - 425 pages
...December 20, 1812, by John Luttig, a responsible reporter: "This evening the Wife of Charbonneau a Snake Squaw died of a putrid fever she was a good and the...fort, aged abt 25 years she left a fine infant girl." Charbonneau was not at Sacagawea's side when she passed away. He had gone off on a fur-buying trip,...
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Lewis and Clark: Partners in Discovery

John Bakeless - Biography & Autobiography - 1947 - 498 pages
...the Missouri. John Luttig entered in his journal there: "this Evening the Wife of Charbonneau a Snake Squaw, died of a putrid fever she was a good and the best Woman in the fort, aged abt 25 years she left a fine infant Girl." This would fix the date of Sacagawea's...
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Essie's Story: The Life and Legacy of a Shoshone Teacher

Esther Burnett Horne, Sally McBeth - History - 1999 - 225 pages
...year and eight months after Brackenridge 's document. "[T]his Evening the Wife of Charbonneau a Snake Squaw, died of a putrid fever she was a good and the best Woman in the fort, aged about 25 years she left a fine infant girl" (Luttig 1920, 138). Not published...
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Legends and Lies: Great Mysteries of the American West

Dale L. Walker - Fiction - 1998 - 320 pages
...important entry on December 20, 1812, when he wrote, "This evening the wife of Charbonneau, a Snake squaw, died of a putrid fever. She was a good and the best woman in the fort, aged about twenty-five years. She left a fine infant girl." Charbonneau had apparently...
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Lewis & Clark Central Montana Revised

Ela Mae Howard - Travel - 2002 - 78 pages
...Dakota who wrote in his journal on December 20, 1812, "this evening the Wife of Charbonneau, a Snake Squaw, died of a putrid fever she was a good and the best woman in the fort, aged abt 25 years she left a fine infant girl." Clark made an inventory of Expedition...
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