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Who was the native American woman who served as a translator for Lewis and Clark?

Answer:

SACAGAWEA

The expedition met Sacagawea and her French fur-trapper husband, and they hired both as interpreters. Sacagawea also served as guide and medicine woman.

History Added May 27th, 2019 by EZ Profile Picture EZ

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