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I have a paper I must do and have been trying all summer to finish. I have read the book The Story of Sacagawea and now what I need to do is write what the main idea/topic is ( which I know is Sacagawea) but then I have to write a main idea's # 1 and # 2 and details to support the ideas? I very confused as to what to write  can anyone help me? Thank You
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What did Sacagawea do? Why is she important in history? What facets of Sacagawea's life did the book emphasize?
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