Sacajawea, the young Indian girl, is shown with her newborn son, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, who was born February 11, 1805 at Fort Mandan in what is now North Dakota. The Expedition co-leader William Clark nicknamed him Pomp or Pompey. Fifty-five days from this scene, Jean Baptiste, was strapped to a cradleboard on his mother’s back to begin the journey to the Pacific Ocean.
These are still in clay and never cast.
14"x9"x8" Edition of 200
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