How Did the Pioneers Travel?

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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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Most pioneers traveled in a conestoga wagon or a spring wagon.
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Most pioneers traveled in a conestoga wagon or a spring wagon. Many of the pioneers chose oxen instead of mules or horses because the oxen were a lot stronger. They would buy up
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