By Anna L. Waldo
Clad in a doeskin, by myself and unafraid, she stood instantly and proud ahead of the onrushing forces of America's future: Sacajawea, baby of a Shoshoni leader, lone lady on Lewis and Clark's ancient trek -- attractive spear of a loss of life nation.
She knew many males, walked many miles. From the whispering prairies, around the nice Divide to the crystal capped Rockies and directly to the emerald promise of the Pacific Northwest, her tale over flows with emotion and motion ripped from the bursting textile of a uncooked new land.
Ten years within the writing, SACAJAWEA unfolds a huge canvas of individuals and occasions, and captures the everlasting longings of a girl who regularly yearned for one nice ardour -- and continuously it lay past the following mountain.
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