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Sacagawea Dollar Coin
Counted Cross Stitch Kit
|The obverse design of the new United States dollar coin depicts Sacagawea, a 15-year-old Shoshone who joined the Lewis and Clark expedition during the years 1804 to 1806. She played a crucial role in the success of the expedition by lending her knowledge of Native American languages and the topography of the Northern Rocky Mountains. More importantly, perhaps, Sacagawea and her infant son, Jean Baptiste, signaled to the Native Americans the peaceful intentions of the expedition, because no war party would be accompanied by a woman and an infant.|
Finished size: 4¼" by 5" on 14 count Charles Craft fabric. Kit includes Charles Craft material, DMC floss, needle, chart, instructions, and color photograph of finished project. Designed by Ceil Humphreys for The Posy Collection.
To order this kit:
1. Call 636-947-3199.
2. Ask for the Sacagawea Dollar Coin Counted Cross Stitch Kit PC-238.
For more information about The Lewis and Clark Center, visit the web
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