Memorials to Sacajawea
Sacajawea Creek, Montana, named by Lewis and Clark. It flows into the Missouri River near the confluence of the Musselshell (now known as Crooked Creek).
Louisiana Purchase Exposition Grounds, St. Louis, Bruno Louis Zimm, 1904.
Lakeview Terrace, now in City Park, Portland, Oregon, Alice Cooper , 1905.
Indian girl pointing the way for Lewis and Clark, Cyrus Edwin Dallin, 1910.
Bronze statue, erected by Federation of Women's Clubs and school children of North Dakota, Capitol Building grounds, Bismarck, North Dakota, Leonard Crunelle, 1910.
Group, Lewis and Clark and Indian girl, Public Square, Charlottesville, Viriginia.
Group, Sacajawea with Lewis and Clark, Charles M. Russell, National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center, Oklahoma City.
Group , Lewis and Clark, York, and Sacagawea holding baby Jean Baptiste. Kansas City, Missouri, Case Park.
Sacajawea Peak, Bridger Range, Montana
Sacajawea Peak, Wind River Range, Wyoming
Sacajawea Peak, Wallowa Range, Oregon
Sacajawea Peak, Lost River Range, Idaho
Sacajawea on Indian pony, with child in papoose cradle, Henry Altman, 1905.
Sacajawea, State University of Montana Library, Edward Samuel Paxson, 1906
The Shoshonis Naming Sacajawea, Tullius P. Dunlap, 1925
Painting, Sacajawea in boat meeting Chinook party, Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, Fort Worth, Texas, Charles M. Russell.
Mural, Lewis and Clark at the Three Forks, Edward Samuel Paxson, Capitol, Helena, Montana.
Mural, Capitol, Helena, Montana, Charles M. Russell, 1912.
Grave of "Sacajawea of the Shoshonis," on the Shoshoni Reservation, near Lander, Wyoming, 1909.
Monument near Mobridge, South Dakota, 1929.
Sacajawea maker, near Tendoy, Idaho, west of Lemhi Pass.
Bronze tablet on wall of Bishop Randall Chapel, Shoshoni Cemetery, Wyoming, 1931.
Granite marker, Shoshoni Cemetery, for Bazil, Baptiste, and Baptiste's daughter Barbara Meyers, 1932.
Boulder with bronze tablet, honoring meeting place of Sacajawea and her brother, Camaeahwait, near the confluence of Horse Prairie and Red Rocks creeks, Armstead, Montana, 1914.
Boulder and brass tablet erected by Daughters of American Revolution, near Three Forks, Montana, 1914.
Lake Sacajawea, Longview, Washington
Lake Sakakawea, (formerly Lake Garrison), North Dakota
Sacajawea Interpretive Center, Pasco, Washington
by Harold P. Howard
University of Oklahoma Press