How Did They Treat Burns on the Oregon Trail?


How pioneers treated burns on the Oregon Trail is a little less traditional then how we would treat them today. Pioneers who were lucky enough to have eggs on their journey would coat the burn with egg whites. Those who did not would use things like animal fat, beeswax that was thinned with turpentine, and axle grease.
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