publication date: Saturday, October 28, 2000 (part of Round XI)

category: Exploration

clue: She helped a couple of white boys draw up some maps.

explanation: Sacagawea was the squaw who helped Lewis and Clark make their cartographical expedition across the midwest and out to the Pacific Ocean. The clue refers to Lewis and Clark as "white boys" to underline Sacagawea's race. more…

solved by: Matthew Preston, David Mitzman, Aaron Fischer, Anna Gregoline, and Edward Tegge

trivia: This goo was created partly to have a Native American goo, and partly to give the players someone really tough.

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