"Sacajawea" by Anna Lee Waldo is the most detailed historical fiction novel I have ever read," writes on reviewer on Goodreads. Perhaps one of the most iconic names of the West and still, Sacajawea deserves more recognition — though when it comes to paying tribute, this book is perhaps a good start.
Rumored to take 10 years to write
"Sacajawea" unfolds an immense canvas of people and events, and captures the eternal longings of a woman who always yearned for one great passion and always it lay beyond the next mountain. The story of Sacajawea is one of mystery, courage and remarkable achievement, against an exciting panorama of American history.
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