Join the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center and the Lemhi County Historical Society for our first June History  Month Event!
Where: Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center Amphitheater (will be inside building if bad weather)
When: June 9th at 7:00pm
Duration: 1 hr
Garry Bush, nationally acclaimed Lewis and Clark Scholar and historical interpreter explores the adventurous life of Sacajawea and Toussaint Charbonneau’s son–a fur trade legend who traveled the Santa Fe Trail, participated in the Mexican War, and prospected for wealth in the California Gold Rush.
Of Shoshone and French-Canadian heritage, Jean Baptiste was adopted by William Clark and educated in the finest European tradition. Come hear his epic story.
Presenter, Garry Bush:
*“Acclaimed as one of the best ‘first person interpreters,’ Garry Bush brings history alive for the audience.”
*National Park Service Certified “First Person Living History Presenter”
*National Geographic Society Teacher Consultant for State of Idaho
*Idaho State Historical Society “Esto Perpetua Award” for promotion of
Idaho History
*Lewis & Clark Presentations in 6 Western States along the L&C Trail

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