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A Rare Old Book Reveals an Unsung Hero in Earliest Kansas City History
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TitleA Rare Old Book Reveals an Unsung Hero in Earliest Kansas City History
AbstractIllustration, and biographical article about Sacajawea (ca. 1785-1812 ca.), a Shoshone Indian guide on the Lewis and Clark expedition and wife of French fur trader Toussaint Charbonneau (1759-1840 ca.) visiting Fort Osage in 1811. Mother of Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, a resident of the site of later Kansas City when picked up in 1822 (or 1823) by Prince Paul Wilhelm of Germany.
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationVertical File: Lewis and Clark Trail
Local SubjectSacagawea
Lewis and Clark Expedition
Wilhelm, Paul
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID119740
CONTENTdm number26297
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