Hidden History in Sacagawea's Grave in Wyoming
When you are travel south from Yellowstone National Park. You can find yourself on the beautiful Shoshone Nation. Where Sacagawea is said to be buried. Was Sacagawea, the Lewis and Clark guide, really buried in Wyoming on the Shoshone Nation? Did this heroine really live to be 100 years old on the Wind River Shoshone Nation? This is the story of the Shoshone woman Sacagawea. And the possible impostor grave of Sacagawea in west central Wyoming. Note in Wyoming, they spell her name "Sacajawea." Sacagawea is the woman who guided the Lewis and Clark expedition across the northern United States in 1805 and 1806. The younger crowd might know her best from the movie "Night at the Museum." She rocks! We explore how present scholarship feels the woman in the Sacajawea Cemetery in Wyoming is an impostor. So come along with us as we explore the beautiful and unique Sacajawea Cemetery in Fort Washakie, Wyoming.
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