Synopses & Reviews
Using simple language that beginning readers can understand, this lively, inspiring, and believable biography looks at the childhood of the Native American woman who aided Lewis and Clark on their famous expedition of the West.
Describes how Sacagawea found adventure guiding Lewis and Clark to the Oregon coast.
About the Author
Flora Warren Seymour (1888–1948) was an attorney and writer who was the first woman member of the Board of Indian Commissioners. Flora Warren was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and received a BA from George Washington University. She was working for the United States government at the time of her marriage to George Steele Seymour in 1915, who was also a writer. With her husband, she helped found the Order of Bookfellows, and also published and edited the monthly magazine The Step-Ladder.