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Covered wagon - Wikipedia
The covered wagon was long the dominant form of transport in pre-industrial America. With roots in the heavy Conestoga wagon developed for the rough, ... More »

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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 ...

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COVERED WAGON, the means of transcontinental transportation used for two centuries of American history. The covered wagon was fundamentally a wagon ...

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Oct 23, 2012 ... In September, the National Museum of American History placed on display its Conestoga wagon from the 1840s. Labels explain that this ...

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Packing Up and Heading West: The History of Covered Wagons. Many pioneers joined in the massive move westward that took place in the 1800s. There were ...

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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  ...

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prairie schooner: 19th-century covered wagon popularly used by emigrants traveling to ... Prairie schooner. wagon. Written By: William E. Hill. See Article History.

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Some state their ancestors crossed the country in covered wagons during the 1840s ... But the South Hill Historical Society has uncovered a record that just may ...

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Throughout 19th century Americans migrated west to settle land and ... The decline of wagons was very gradual. They were displaced for ...

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American pioneers traveled by covered wagon trains along routes such as the Oregon trail and Santa Fe trail. Disease killed thousands of travelers during ...