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In Lewis and Clark's Expedition what was Sacagawea's brother's name?

facts a bout her


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Sacagawea's brother's name was Cameahwait. He was the chief of the Shoshone Indian tribe.

what was her brothers name?

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    What is Sacagewea's brothers name

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    It was Cameahwait.

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