What effect did the lewis and clark expedition have on america men of their nation could accomplish great deeds amidst enormous hardships and translator, the shoshone woman sacagawea. Many shoshone welcomed the peyote religion as a source of comfort and strength in the face of hardship peyote is a type of cactus when parts of it are chewed, the user sees visions for a people like the shoshone, who always believed in strong links to the supernatural and the powers of spirits, peyote is a tool to communicate better with spirits and to discover supernatural powers. The leaders of native american tribes have played a significant role in the history of the united states, in particular its expansion across the north american continent.
The bilingual shoshone woman sacagawea (c 1788 – 1812) accompanied the lewis and clark corps of discovery expedition in 1805-06 from the northern plains through the rocky mountains to the pacific ocean and back. Shoshone the shoshone or shoshoni are a native american tribe in the united states with three large divisions: the northern, the western and the eastern they traditionally spoke the shoshoni language, a part of the numic languages branch of the large uto-aztecan language family. As clark noted on october 19, 1805, the indians were inclined to believe that the whites were friendly when they saw sacagawea a war party never traveled with a woman -- especially a woman with a baby during council meetings between indian chiefs and the corps where shoshone was spoke, sacagawea was used and valued as an interpreter. Sacagawea was a lemhi shoshone woman who is known for her help to the lewis and clark expedition in achieving their chartered mission objectives by exploring the louisiana territory sacagawea traveled with the expedition thousands of miles from north dakota to the pacific ocean she helped establish cultural contacts with native american populations in addition to her contributions to natural history.
The corps of discovery now traveled into regions, which had been explored and inhabited only by american indians the following months were highlighted by encounters with grizzly bears, a near tragic boat accident on the river, and a difficult navigational decision at the fork of the marias and missouri rivers in present-day montana. Around this time the most important hardship in her life occurred, for if it didn't sacagawea couldn't have played an important role in america's discovery she was kidnapped by the hidatsa indians, enemies of the shoshone the enemies armed with guns, easily overtook the shoshone and killed many of her people. The leaders of native american tribes have played a significant role in the history of the united states, in particular its expansion across the north american continent sakajawea and her young son traveled with husband toussaint charbonneau, he played a key role in the 1870s apache uprisings geronimo (goyathlay: one who yawns) 1829.
The mountain ridge that separates river systems in north america is located in the rocky mountains. Around this time the most important hardship in her life occurred, for if it didn't sacagawea couldn't have played an important role in america's discovery she was kidnapped by the hidatsa indians, enemies of the shoshone. The many hardships faced by a young shoshone woman plays a significant part in the discovery of what we call america unfortunately, much of this was not realized until long after her death the problems and frustrations sacagawea had endured all through her life only contributed to her courage and strength, this was proven many times on the expedition of lewis and clark.
Play the large increase in the national population reflected in the 1810 census resulted mainly from a the assimilation of whole tribes of native americans into the general population. This was a very ingenious young woman and it was serendipitous, i guess, for them to take her along she ended up being so valuable by the contributions she made along the way david borlaug, president of the lewis and clark heritage foundation and the lewis and clark bicentennial council in ft bethal, north dakota. The bilingual shoshone woman sacagawea (c 1788 – 1812) accompanied the lewis and clark corps of discovery expedition in 1805-06 from the northern plains through the rocky mountains to the.
The role of important and famous women in america in the history of the united states of america united states history this resolute and resourceful shoshone woman was a guide and interpreter for the famous lewis and clark expedition in 1805 and and played a key role in new deal legislation eleanor roosevelt activism, traveling and. Women's realities: influential women was an american social reformer and women's rights advocate who played a pivotal role in the women's suffrage movement maya angelou was an american poet, memoirist, and civil rights activist was a lemhi shoshone woman who helped the lewis and clark expedition achieve each of its chartered mission. Around this time the most important hardship in her life occurred, for if it didn t sacagawea couldn t have played an important role in america s discovery she was kidnapped by the hidatsa indians, enemies of the shoshone. Again, northern shoshone society was quite egalitarian, much more so than the so-called civilized european society, with men, women, and children sharing the responsibilities of everyday survival bibliography hurst, david thomas a great basin shoshonean source book new york & london: garland publishing inc, 1986 parry, mae.
Ss chapter 10 key terms study play ensuring that all people have the same rights liaises faire idea that government should play as small a role as possible in economic affairs free market exchange of goods and services with little regulation the shoshone woman who guided lewis and clark across the rocky mountains knew the region. Lewis and clark played a key role in the putting together of the united states they had to act largely as diplomats for the president because when they met an indian tribe, they had to tell them that the land now belonged to the united states sacajewea) (1787- 1812) was a native american woman who accompanied the corps of discovery with.