The story of Sacageewaea is one of the great tales in early American history. She worked as a translator and mediator between First Nations people and the members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition to the West Coast of the United States. She travelled thousands of miles, from North Dakota to the Pacific Ocean, making contacts with many First Nations tribes along the way and did all of this while caring for a child just months after delivery. She has become a symbol for the strength of women and has countless monuments throughout the USA. This book honors the dynamic and enduring person that she was.