What States Did the Oregon Trail Go through?

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The Oregon Trail began in Missouri and went through Kansas then Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho and Oregon while touching parts of Washington and Iowa. The 2000-mile trek saw about 10% of the voyagers die on the way. Those that got to the final destination were rewarded with huge hectares of land to resettle.
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