SACAGAWA

 
Gender: Female
 
Origin: Native American, Hidatsa
 
 
Namebearer:
 
SACAGAWA, was the spouse of TOUSSAINT CHARBONNEAU, was a French speaking merchant of what is now Idaho, USA. His wife SACAGAWA was from the
Hidatsa tribe and translated in Shoshone with Shoshone Chief CAMEHAHWAIT meeting MERIWETHER LEWIS from the Lewis and Clark Expedition on August 13, 1805. In the translation
there was also involved private FRANÇOIS LABICHE. It turned out that SACAGAWA was CAMEHAHWAIT's sister who was highly pleased; (Brockhaus, Was so nicht im Lexikon steht, 2020)
 

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