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SACAGAWEA: A GUIDE TO THE WILD

When we think of the Wild West we usually think of cowboys, gunslingers and small, dusty towns. But what about before then? What was the really Wild West like before European Americans? Well, there were Native Americans of course, and lots of wild nature. And one expedition of 1804 was the first time European

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