From the recording Journey On
July 28, 1805
LEWIS: 1805 Our camp is precisely on the spot where five years ago, the Snake Indians were encamped at the time the Minetaris of the Knife River came in sight of them. The Snake Indians retreated three miles up the Jefferson River and concealed themselves in the woods. The Minetares attacked them, killing four men, four women and a number of boys. The rest of the females and boys were taken prisoner. Sacagawea was one of the females taken prisoner at the time, though I cannot discover that she shows any emotion of sorrow in recollecting this event, or of joy in again being restored to her native country. If she has enough to eat and a few trinkets to wear, I believe she would be perfectly content to be anywhere.