Churchill, Claire Warner. (1936) South of the sunsetan interpretation of Sacajawea, the Indian girl that accompanied Lewis and Clark New York : R.R. Wilson, Inc.,MLA Citation
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South of the sunset [electronic resource] : an interpretation of Sacajawea, the Indian girl that accompanied Lewis and Clark /
by Claire Warner Churchill ; illustrated by Agnes C. Lehman.
|Main Author:||Churchill, Claire Warner|
|Published:||New York : R.R. Wilson, Inc., 1936.|
|Topics:||Discoveries in geography - Fiction. | Indian women - Fiction. | Explorers - Fiction. | Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804-1806) - Fiction. | Sacagawea - Fiction.|
|Regions:||West (U.S.) - History - To 1848 - Fiction.|
|Genres:||Biographical fiction. | Electronic books.|
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