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1. A Rare Old Book Reveals an Unsung Hero in Earliest Kansas City History A Rare Old Book Reveals an Unsung Hero in Earliest Kansas City History July/14/1929 Illustration, 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.)...

2. Corps of Discovery Sculpture Corps of Discovery Sculpture 2003 The bronze statue entitled "Corps of Discovery" is located in Case Park at 8th and Jefferson streets in Kansas City, Missouri. Sculpted by Eugene Daub, the Lewis and Clark statue, commemorating the Lewis...

3. Corps of Discovery Sculpture Corps of Discovery Sculpture 2003 The bronze statue entitled "Corps of Discovery" is located in Case Park at 8th and Jefferson streets in Kansas City, Missouri. Sculpted by Eugene Daub, the Lewis and Clark statue, commemorating the Lewis...

4. Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Lewis and Clark Bicentennial May 2001- Compilation of articles that appeared in The Kansas City Star beginning May 2001 about Lewis and Clark and the Bicentennial events and celebrations.

5. Lewis and Clark in Missouri, Part 7: Home At Long Last Lewis and Clark in Missouri, Part 7: Home At Long Last February 1, 2004 The final installment of the series discusses what happened to members of the Corps of Discovery upon their return from the expedition.

6. Lewis and Clark Resources Lewis and Clark Resources 2003 A bibliography of materials related to Lewis and Clark held by the Kansas City Public Library.

7. Lewis and Clark Statue Lewis and Clark Statue 2001 Two-page close-up of the Lewis and Clark statue located in Case Park at 8th and Jefferson Street entitled "Corp of Discovery." It was done by Eugene Daub and dedicated in 2000. The 18-foot tall statue...

8. Sacajawea Earned Historic Niche as Pocohontas of Lewis and Clark Trek Sacajawea Earned Historic Niche as Pocohontas of Lewis and Clark Trek July/22/1954 Photo, illustration, 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...

9. South Dakota Historical Collections South Dakota Historical Collections 1938 Mention of Baptiste Charbonneau, a Shoshone Indian half-breed son of Indian interpreter Toussaint Charbonneau and Sacajawea (the Shoshone Indian guide of Lewis and Clark), in a description of the Kansas...

10. Statue Honors Explorers Statue Honors Explorers April 26, 2000 Article describes the dedication of the Lewis and Clark statue located in Case Park near the Broadway Bridge in downtown Kansas City. Author Stephen Ambrose and Governer Mel Carnahan were speakers at the...

11. Table I. Important Expedition Incidents Involving Sacagawea Table I. Important Expedition Incidents Involving Sacagawea This table lists occurrences during the Lewis and Clark Expedition that involved Sacagawea and that were noted in the journals. For instance, 11/04 Appears at Fort; 1/05 Pregnant; 2/05 Baptiste Born; 5/05...

12. The Charbonneau Family in Kansas City The Charbonneau Family in Kansas City Information about the Charbonneau family in the Kansas City area and around Kansas, including Elizabeth, Lizette, Jean-Baptiste, Pierre, et al., descended from early French settlers of the area, including...

13. The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West 1972 Chapter of the book about Toussaint Charbonneau, an Indian translator on the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804-1806, husband of Sacajawea, and father of their son, Baptiste Charbonneau, later another...

14. Uncrowned Heroine, Among Great Men Uncrowned Heroine, Among Great Men January/February, 2006 Article describing the life of Sacagawea and her involvement with the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The author writes that although Sacagawea served as an important guide to Lewis and Clark, saving the expedition...