Lewis and Clark’s Sacagawea

Teaching Artist: Dianne Moran

Learn about the life of Sacagawea, the Shoshone woman who became immortalized because of her journey accompanying the Corps of Discovery in 1804-1806. Sacagawea recounts the story of her amazing life and adventures. In Shoshone dress, with articles for her survival, Dianne portrays the true story behind this colorful historical character. A live animal, so important to Sacagawea’s life, completes Dianne’s fascinating portrayal.

Audience: Grades 4-12
Format: Performance or Workshop
Curriculum Connections: Social Studies/Culture, English/Language Arts
Teaching Artist: Dianne Moran

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