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Route of the Oregon Trail

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Numerous other trails followed the Oregon Trail for much of its length, ... and where the terrain would allow it there may be between 20 to 50 wagons traveling abreast. ... Travelers starting in Ind...

Frequently Asked Questions Oregon/Washington BLM

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What books would you recommend on the Oregon Trail? ... The trip required several treacherous river crossings and many emigrants drowned .... lists about what and how much was essential to survive the five-month journey. ... A rifle, pistols, powder, lead, and shot were recommended for hunting game along the way, and ...

Rivers Along the Oregon Trail | Trails.com

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The Oregon Trail was made possible by the discovery of South Pass in 1846. ... followed the Platte River and then the north branch of the Platte all the way into central Wyoming, ... Some did and had to discard excess items along the way. ... problems, with disease and death by accident also contributing to much loss of life.

the Oregon Trail in Nebraska - NebraskaStudies.Org

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They tramped their weary way down the Platte Valley. They left no track deep enough to be followed, but they did make known the way, and fur traders on ...

A thousand pioneers head West on the Oregon Trail - May 22, 1843 ...

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They followed a route blazed by fur traders, which took them west along the Platte River ... In the years to come, pioneers came to call the route the Oregon Trail. ... After entering the mountains, the trail also became much more difficult, with steep ... of wagons gave way to many smaller bands of one or two-dozen wagons.

Oregon Trail - The Oregon Encyclopedia

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The trail followed the Missouri and Platte Rivers west through present-day ... After 1846, travelers could make their way overland on the Barlow Road from The ... will not be considered (within a few years) of much greater importance than a trip  ...

Bicycling the Oregon Trail - True West Magazine

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Apr 16, 2012 ... The Oregon Trail is clearly marked for bike riders, who can follow the “auto ... has also developed auto tour booklets for much of the route that can be used for reference and planning, as you pedal your way from ... as you go up and down the hills, climbing out of the Missouri River .... What do you think?

Oregon Trail History - Frontier Trails

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The Oregon Trail migration, more correctly known as the Oregon-California Trail migration, ... About one third of the way through the trip, the settlers would pass the ... have to abandon their wagons for boats and float down the Columbia river.

Travel Through Time and Culture - HistoryLink

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Students will read real accounts from journals, follow the route across a map, ... peoples had upon the journey and how their culture was much different then their own. ... First emigrants on the Oregon Trail in 1836 traveled in covered wagons. ... Use a rubric to grade a letter that you have written as if you are the President of  ...

The Oregon Trail 5th Edition FAQ/Walkthrough for PC by VinnyVideo ...

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Nov 15, 2015 ... For The Oregon Trail 5th Edition on the PC, FAQ/Walkthrough by VinnyVideo. ... At this point, you should select the NEW GAME option (or Quick Start if you want the ... Personally, I think the medical skill is the most useful; it helps prevent illnesses and ..... This river is followed by a simple hill, Deschutes Hill.

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Oregon Trail - Pathway to the West - History and Information

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The Oregon Trail, one of the key migration routes west, spanned over 2170 ... let no one leave dependent on his best friend for anything; for if you do, you ... Trail followed various rivers and used landmarks along the trail to guide their way and  ...

Trail Facts : Questions & Answers About the Oregon Trail : OCTA

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For all other uses you must first obtain permission. How many emigrants followed the trails to California, the Pacific Northwest, and Utah? ... How long did emigrants "lay by" after arriving at the Missouri River before beginning the trek west?

Oregon Trail | Learn | FamilySearch.org

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The California Trail, Mormon Trail, and Bozeman Trail overlapped much of .... Livestock needed watering so the Oregon Trail followed rivers across the dry prairies ... Once in Oregon emigrants made their way through the Blue Mountains either .... Censuses also can be used to identify pioneers who traveled the Oregon Trail ...

Oregon Trail | History Net: Where History Comes Alive – World & US ...

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Facts, information and articles about The Oregon Trail, a part of Westward ... the price of crops, and malaria ravaged the bottomlands that once had promised so much. ... that vast rivers afforded easy transportation, and that no forests barred the way to migrating wagons. ... They would follow the trail left by Meek and Newell.

Oregon Trail Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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The trail followed first the Missouri and then the Platte River. ... California's gold rush, starting in 1848, did much to fuel travel west via the overland trails. ... Encyclopedia.com gives you the ability to cite reference entries and articles according to .... number of settlers made their way westward across the winding Oregon...