Where did the Oregon Trail begin and end?

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The Oregon trail was the path settlers used to travel in the western parts of the United States. During the early part of the 19th century, this was the only trail available to them. The trail began in Missouri, passed through many states and ended in Oregon.
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There was no one dropping off point that began the Oregon Trail. However, it did lead settlers from the Missouri River area to Oregon country.
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It started in Independence, MO, and ended in Oregon City. NOT Portland. That is often confused.
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The Oregon Trail begins in Independence, Missouri, and ends in Oregon City,
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Stretching from Missouri to the Oregon Territory, the Oregon Trail guided settlers through the wilderness and across the mountains to the Pacific coast. While most used the Trail
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