Streams to the River, River to the Sea: A Novel of Sacagawea

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1986 - Juvenile Fiction - 191 pages
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Scagawea, a Shashone Indian, guided and interpreted for explorers Lewis and Clarke as they traveled up the Mississippi, but she had adventures long before that one, like the time she was captured by the Minnetarees, and taken away from her family and everything that she knew and loved....
 

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User Review  - AprilBrown - LibraryThing

What ages would I recommend it too? Fourteen and up. Length? Most of a days read. Characters? Memorable, several characters. Setting? Real world, early 1800's. Written approximately? 1986. Does the ... Read full review

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User Review  - t1bclasslibrary - LibraryThing

I really loved this telling of Sacagawea's story. It was told first person narrative beginning when she was captured by the Minnetarees, continuing through her potential marriages, her journey with ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
9
Section 4
14
Section 5
20
Section 6
25
Section 7
36
Section 8
43
Section 15
91
Section 16
100
Section 17
108
Section 18
115
Section 19
124
Section 20
133
Section 21
141
Section 22
148

Section 9
50
Section 10
55
Section 11
61
Section 12
66
Section 13
72
Section 14
81
Section 23
155
Section 24
163
Section 25
172
Section 26
184
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Scott O'Dell (1898?1989), one of the most respected authors of historical fiction, received the Newbery Medal, three Newbery Honor Medals, and the Hans Christian Andersen Author Medal, the highest international recognition for a body of work by an author of books for young readers. Some of his many books include The Island of the Blue Dolphins, The Road to Damietta, Sing Down the Moon, and The Black Pearl.

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