Charbonneau, Jean Baptiste 'Pomp' b. February 11, 1805 d. May 16, 1866 Sacajawea's son. He was born at the Lewis and Clark's winter camp in Fort Mandan, N.D. His mother was Sacagawea, a Shoshone living among the Hidatsa tribe, and his father, Toussaint Charbonneau was a French-Canadian trapper. The explorers hired the couple as guides and interpreters for their journey from the Northern Plains to the Pacific. Sacagawea and her infant played a significant role in the expedition. He was an emblem of peace. Indians along the way perceived the party to be...[Read More] Washakie Cemetery*, Wind River, Fremont County, Wyoming, USA Plot: The body buried here is believed to be incorrectly identified as Charbonneau *This location is unconfirmed or in dispute.