Sacagawea

"Everything I do is for my people."

 

Sacagawea (1788-1812)  was a Lemhi Shoshone woman who, at age 16, led explorers Lewis and Clark thousands of miles through the Louisiana Territory and on to the shores of the Pacific Ocean. She carried her two-month old son along on her back and was the only woman in the group. Her presence provided a buffer for meetings and trade with other Native American tribes on the journey earning trust for the expedition quickly and ensuring the explorers’ success.

 

Impressive Women™ Series, 3 1/2" Tall by 3 1/2 " Diameter

 

Created by hand upon order in the MudGirls Studio, you may find slight variations between each piece. These subtle variations are not only the marks of craftswomanship, they, too, are embodiments of perseverance, sisterhood, and accomplishment. These come free with every piece. Will ship within 3-4 weeks.

 

 

Sacagawea

$32.00Price