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Lewis and Clark felt having Sacajawea and her Incredible Journey baby with them would be a peaceful sign to the Indians. Sacajawea helped establish friendly relations with the Shoshone when the expedition reached Idaho. While trading with the Indians for supplies and horses, she recognized Sacajawea was the chief as her brother, born in Idaho. She was captured Cameahwait. by another tribe as a child, then Sacajawea helped the traded as a slave to the Hidatsa. expedition in many ways. Charbonneau either bought When they were low on her or won her as food she knew where to a bet.
Founding Mothers Founders Eliza Spalding and Sarah Smith came to Idaho with their missionary husbands. Eliza drew pictures and used interpreters to teach stories from the Bible. Mary Awkright Hutton talked 40 Ohio coal miners into going with her to north Idaho’s gold mines. She and her husband became silver millionaires. She was the first woman in history elected as a delegate to the Democratic national convention. 55 Famous Native-Americans Joseph Garry served as tribal leader of the Coeur d’Alene for 20 years.
The potato made its way to Europe after Idaho Spanish conquistadors overran the Potatoes Incan empire. S. brought potatoes with them during the early 19th century. Idaho is most famous for the Russet Burbank. Luther Burbank, a pioneer in plant experimentation, developed the original seedlings in the 1870s. S. and grows about one-third of the nation’s potato crop. To make sure you are buying genuine Idaho potatoes, look for the “Grown in Idaho” seal. 52 Indian Tribes Shoshone Nez Percé Coeur d’Alene Pend d’Oreille Kootenai Bannock Paiute When explorers first came to Idaho, their relationship with the Native Americans was peaceful.
My First Pocket Guide to Idaho by Carole Marsh