Sacagawea and Images of the Last Frontier

Dianne Moran

Float back in time and feel an ancient song, the beating of a deer hide drum. Sacagawea leads us back 200 years to share her personal story as an interpreter for the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Sacagawea calls upon students to identify cultural items from her collection, dress in period clothing, and touch the live bull snake mentioned in the soldiers' journals. The program emphasizes Missouri's importance before, during, and after the expedition. 


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Grade Levels: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

Fees: $519 single, $693 double / The break between performances must not exceed 90 minutes to receive the reduced rate. Title I schools may qualify for funding assistance.

Maximum Audience Size: 250

Availability: Limited; please inquire

Program Length: 45 minutes

Teacher Guide: Sacagawea and Images of the Last Frontier TPG

Requirements: Large cleared space available 45 minutes before and after the performance; long table for display items;

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