National Geographic : 1953 Jun
(c) National (ieograpnllc oclety Earth Lodges Rising from the North Dakota Prairie Call to Mind a Forgotten Indian Life. Bismarck's Skyscraper Capitol Breaks the Horizon Earth-covered dwellings made snug havens for Missouri River tribes. In such a home lived Sacagawea, the Shoshoni girl-mother who joined the Lewis and Clark Expedi tion (page 725). The author's children visit restored lodges with Alberta St. Clair, a Shoshoni princess, now acoed atthe University ofWyoming.