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Oregon Trail

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The Oregon Trail is a 2,200-mile (3,500 km) historic east–west, large-wheeled wagon route and .... By overland travel, American missionaries and early settlers (initially mostly ex-trappers) s...

Homework Helpers (FAQs) Oregon/Washington BLM

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When did the Oregon Trail start? ... Why did people go to the Oregon Territory? ... train usually depended on how fast the group of people wanted to travel and ...

Oregon Trail History - Frontier Trails

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The Oregon Trail migration, more correctly known as the Oregon-California ... However, the first mass migration did not occur until 1843 when approximately 1000 ... railroad was completed, there were over 500,000 people who made the trip in ... The trip usually took 4-6 months by wagon traveling 15 miles a day whereas ...

Oregon Trail | HistoryNet

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Facts, information and articles about The Oregon Trail, a part of Westward ... emigrants traveling from Missouri to Oregon and other points west during the mid -1800s. ... and honey in far-off Oregon, about which they knew as little as they did about how to get there ... It was as if the land itself were pulling the people westward.

Why did people move west on the Oregon Trail? - Ask.com

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While settlers traveled west along the Oregon Trail for a variety of reasons, most were motivated either by land or gold. Various land acts in Oregon provided free  ...

A Day on the Trail - National Oregon/California Trail Center

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National Oregon/California Trail Center in Montpelier Idaho ... TRAIL BASICS. A Day on the Trail. Eighteen to twenty miles a day over prairie was considered a good days travel ... “Nooning Time”: animals and people stop to eat, drink and rest.

Frequently Asked Questions | The California Trail Interpretive Center

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What years did people travel on the California Trail? ... The California and Oregon Trails follow the same route until Idaho, where they diverge, the California ...

Oregon Trail Notes

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belonged to them? What agreement did these countries make in 1818 over the ownership of. Oregon? Who were the first type of people to travel to Oregon?

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

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California's gold rush, starting in 1848, did much to fuel travel west via the overland trails. Fertile land and the potential for wealth from trapping drew people to ...

Oregon Trail Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki

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5 days ago ... The Oregon Trail went from western Missouri across the Great Plains .... route faster, safer, and less expensive than traveling the Oregon Trail.

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Frequently Asked Questions About the Oregon Trail - My Illinois State

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Q: When did the travel on the Oregon Trail begin? A: The first major ... A: Those are the major cities where people got on the Oregon Trail. The major one was ...

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

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On this day in History, A thousand pioneers head West on the Oregon Trail on May ... the Oregon Trail was an annual event, although the practice of traveling in giant ... the two new territories and people were given the right to decide the slave.

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

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How long did emigrants "lay by" after arriving at the Missouri River before beginning the trek west? When did travel on the Oregon-California Trail begin?