Winged Moccasins: The Story of Sacajawea
The story of a Shoshone Indian girl who was the first woman to cross the Rockies. She was an interpreter and guide for Lewis and Clark, and later became an Indian advisor for the white man. A book beautifully and sympathetically written.
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