Streams to the River, Rivers to the Sea by Scott O’Dell

This book is about Sacagawea and her life. It is partly fictional, but mostly non-fiction. In the beginning Sacagawea is taken prisoner by the Minnetaree from her home land of the Shoshone. She is won in marriage by a half Minnetaree man named Charbonneau. When William Clark and Meriwether Lewis stay for the winter there with the Corps of Discovery, Charbonneau offers his services to them. He reluctantly takes Sacagawea with him. At the end, she sends her son to a University in Saint Louis and wins the trust of many Americans.℘