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The Santa Fe Trail Amber
Santa Fe Trail 780 miles long Start in Independence and end in Santa Fe
Three states that Santa Fe goes through Missouri, Kansas, Colorado
Things for the trip Covered Wagons Cows Farmers Clothes Tents Blankets Guns
Dangers along the trail No water Desert Routes They killed Buffalo Cut down trees The Native attacked them The U.S army built fort along the trail
Pioneers encounter Rocky mountains Hot desert
William Becknell He opened the Santa Fe trail in 1821 The followed the Arkansas river They made a new route to Santa Fe
Bibliography Dean, Arlan. The Santa Fe Trail. New York: Powerkids Press, 2003. Wilson, Laura. How I Survived The Oregon Trail. New York : A Beech Tree Paperback Book, 1999.
The Oregon Trail Sterling. They walk about 2,000 miles to Oregon City. The trail starts in Missouri and end in Oregon City. It goes through Kansas, Nebraska,
The Santa Fe Trail Michaela. Where it Starts ► The trail starts in New Mexico. ► It ends in Missouri. ► It was about 780 miles long.
The Oregon Trail Jeremy.
The Mormon Pioneer Trail
The Overland Trail By Megan Naylor. Atchison Atchison to the Fort Bridger in Atchison at Fort Bridger 1,100 miles long.
The Morman Pioneer Trail Bryce. Start To Finish And How Long It Was The Morman Pioneer Trail started in Missouri and went to Illinois. It is about.
Going West by Tyler P. The Santa Fe Trail The trail began in Independence, Missouri before ending in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 780 miles long.
The Old Spanish Trail By Shannon. The Old Spanish Trail This trail started at Santa Fe. This trail ended at Los Angles. This trail is 1,110 miles long.
The Oregon Trail Travel with Me Along the Oregon Trail Christian.
The Old Spanish Trail Tyler B. The States It Crossed Was The States It Crossed Was Old Spanish Trail The trail starts in Los Angeles and ends at Santa.
Bell Work for Thursday, 2/27 Define the following key terms from page 454 in your textbook: 1. dictatorship 2. siege 3. annex 4. cede.
Trails West. The Lure of the West Vast stretches of land offered a chance to make money Some Americans want to take land away from Native Americans Land.
The Santé Fe Trail By Daniel Steele. If anything on this PowerPoint is highlighted a different color, underlined, or both, it’s important.
Major Overland Routes To The West By: Alex Michel.
By: Katherine Bierly, Subin Kim, Marissa Ward, Michelle Billy.
A written record of what someone has seen, done, or thought. Diary.
Westward Expansion In the Mid-1800s Problems traveling by wagon Stuck in the mud Dust blocks vision People get sick, no medicine.
Chapter 11 Section 1 Trails to the West.
By Jonathan Points The belief of America to expand from sea to sea and shore to shore. John O’L Sullivan wrote this.
Copy these notes into your packet starting on page 4 Routes to the West.
Title Student Name. Title Choose a trail that goes to the west. Where does the trail start? Where does the trail end? How long is it? Include a map.
EQ: Why did people go West and what challenges did they face?
In 1800, Kentucky was called the West. Many people left their homes and farms in the East to go West. They headed for the frontier.they wanted land,
Stories of the Oregon Country began in the ______ Stretched from northern California to the southern border of Alaska. The ______________________________________.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Settlement of the West 2.
James Mason Diary KANSAS CITY MISSOURI April 24, 1850.
Jeopardy Timeline Oregon Trail GovernmentEconomics Land forms.
New Mexico Territory & California. The Territory Consisted of Arizona, new Mexico, Nevada, Utah, and parts of Wyoming Capital of territory = Santa Fe.
Objectives Explain how traders and fur trappers helped open the West.
Oregon Trail By: Kellan Mckinney.
Reasons Northwest Passage Opens up the West Document Resources Establish peaceful relations with the Native Americans LEWIS AND CLARK.
Terms and People William Becknell – an American who forged the Santa Fe Trail in 1821 John Jacob Astor – a German immigrant who established the American.
Warm-up 1. The phrase Manifest Destiny was coined by John O'Sullivan in 1845
2. White Americans believed they had a God-given right to occupy the entire.
The Diary of Sallie Hester,
Warm Up Read pgs and pgs Then get out your notes.
MOUNTAIN MAN – a fur trader or trapper who lived in the West prior to regular settlement
Is the idea that the united states was meant to extend its border from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific ocean. Made by John L. O’sullivan in 1845.
Map Activity/ Supply and Demand Opportunity Cost Teacher Page WESTWARD EXPANSION The following activities were created by Dawn Wise/Barrington.
Oregon Country: Where it is: Between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains North of California. States in the area: Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and.
Trails to the West Westward Expansion. Trails to the West Section 1: Trails to the West Why did people go west and what challenges did they face?
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.
The Oregon Trail 8th Grade United States History Mrs. Chen.
TRAILS TO THE WEST Trails to the West. TRAILS OF THE WEST Santa Fe Trail Oregon Trail Mormon Trail Spanish Trail.
Show What You Know! Westward Expansion The Oregon Trail
It means to move the country from sea to sea. Made by John L. O’sullivan in 1815.
Trails helped travel become easier and more efficient. Trails were used by farmers, ranchers, miners, and business men. They were used for migration.
Students will learn the location of the Santa Fe Trail in the United States. Objectives Students will discover why.
Chapter 12 Westward Expansion
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