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BY HANNAH The Oregon Trail
My introduction The Oregon Trail was a large wheeled wagon route was 2000-miles (3200-km)that connected the Missouri River to valleys in Oregon.Oregon Trail was a Practical corridor to the entire western United States.Missouri RiverOregon
What they're costs Losing food and animals and life as they pass mountains and rivers and aavoiding wolves and predators along the way.
KEY LANDMARKS, INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI; COURTHOUSE AND JAIL HOUSE ROCK, CHIMNEY ROCK,FORT LARAMIE,INDEPENDENCE ROCK, FORT BRIDGER,SODA SPRINGS,FORT HALL, FORT BOISE, THE DALLAS, OREGON CITY.
chimney rock fort laramie independence rock devils gate the dallas Willamette valley Independence, Missouri
Independence rock is one of the key landmarks for the Oregon trail.
The reasons why some immigrants moved from missouri to oregon trail was because in oregon city they had great deals on good land and for some, because of the slavery at missouri.Some also moved because of the california gold rush. WHY THEY MOVED
TRUE FACTS Independence,missouri. Missionaries defy odds. This town is established as Two Missionary families travel to a jumping-off point for the Oregon country,proving that Oregon trail to north and women and wagons can or the santa fe trail north could make the trip. in oregon trail was being used by others..:)
Reference Resources Pelz,Ruth,The Washington Adventure.Layton, Utah:Gibbs Smith, 2003 Mico, Smith and Morrison,Leslie.The Oregon Trail. Columbus, Ohio.1997 "The Oregon Trail: Fort Hall"Retrieved: June 13, 2013.