William Clark to Toussaint [Charbonneau]. Wishes reward to Charbonneau’s woman [Sacagawea] had been greater. Expresses desire to raise and educate her son, Baptiste; promises Charbonneau land and animals if he wishes to “live with the white people.” Promises to give direction as to distribution of pelts and furs

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