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Conestoga wagon

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The Conestoga wagon is a heavy, covered wagon that was used extensively during the late eighteenth century and the nineteenth century in the eastern United States and Canada. It was large enough to ...

prairie schooner | wagon | Britannica.com

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19th-century covered wagon popularly used by emigrants traveling to the ... 10 feet (3 metres) tall, and the total length of the wagon from front tongue and yoke to ...

Types of Covered Wagons

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Wagon. A covered wagon or as the pioneers called them, "Prairie Schooners," had a ... had big wooden hoops, called bows that were bent from side to side.

Conestoga Wagon - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

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Find out more about the history of Conestoga Wagon, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on ...

Covered Wagon Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com ...

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Make research projects and school reports about Covered Wagon easy with ... wagon used by emigrants on the Oregon and California trails differed in size, ...

Measurements of an Early Conestoga Wagon - ExplorePAHistory.com

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Measurements of an Early Conestoga Wagon. Wagon owned by Amos S. Gingrich, Lancaster, PA Length of wagon box bottom–13 feet. Length of wagon box ...

Covered Wagons - Lone Hand Western

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The most familiar covered wagon crossing the plains and mountains to the ... The big wheels rolled easily over the bumps and hole of the rough trails, and wide ...

prairie schooner Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com ...

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prairie schooner wagon covered with white canvas, made famous by its almost ... air and light to the interior, where women and children usually slept and rode.

Settlers come to the Prairies - the covered wagon

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The Prairie Schooner was a large wagon with a framework over it. The frame was covered with white canvas. The wagons measured over a meter in width (four ...

Facts About the Conestoga Covered Wagon | Fact Frenzy

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Apr 4, 2012 ... Covered Wagons were the primary means of transporting freight and ... This is where the driver would sit or stand to guide the animals, rest, ...

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The Covered Wagon - Oregon Pioneers

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The covered wagon used to cross the plains to the west was a smaller, lighter version of the big Conestoga wagon used in the east. The cloth top that protected  ...

Packing Your Covered Wagon - Little House Pioneer Activity

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Little House in the Big Woods ... Pioneers traveling by covered wagon had to be very careful of their wagon's weight. ... The typical journey by covered wagon was five months long, and they would need to pack enough supplies and equipment ...

The Wagon - National Oregon/California Trail Center

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Nothing contributed more to the success or failure of a Western wagon trek than the wagons that carried the pioneers across 2,000 miles of jolting wilderness.