Sakakawea to join National Statuary Hall in Oct.
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The first American Indian woman will join the National Statuary Hall in Washington, D.C., in October.

Sakakawea / Sacajawea / Sacagawea, who was part of the Lewis and Clark expedition, will represent the state of North Dakota. The statue depicts the Shoshone woman with her son, Pomp, strapped to her back.

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Sakakawea statue to be unveiled in Washington in October (AP 7/16)

Relevant Links:
Lemhi Shoshone Tribe -
The Journey of Sacajawea -

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