How Did the Pioneers Travel?


Pioneers traveled by using a wagon driven by oxen. However, some pioneers were also known to walk from one place to another.
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the travel by moving west that's why.
The Iroquois preferred traveling by land best, but did have canoe for fishing. In the snow they had sleds and snowshoes. While traveling by land they would use dogs as pack animals.
Most pioneers traveled in a conestoga wagon or a spring wagon.
While it's quite true that the normal representation of pioneers is in the covered wagons drawn by either horses or oxen, there were others who would actually walk to frontier areas-a
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