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Reasons To Move West Money problems More land Family
Preparing For The Trail Independence Missouri Get supplies Get a wagon train together
The Wagon Made of wood 4 ft wide and 12 ft long Covered with white canvas cloth Packed with supplies 12ft 4ft
Supplies 1,000 pounds of food (for every 4 people) Supplies for cooking Clothes Blankets to sleep on
Animals Oxen Mules Some horses
The Trail From Independence, Missouri to Oregon City, Oregon 2,000 miles 1840’s-1860’s
Hardships Walking Weather Disease Accidents
Legacy Opened up the west
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The Oregon Trail Travel with Me Along the Oregon Trail Christian.
Westward Expansion Traveling Through Missouri Preparing for a long overland journey was a big job. Travelers needed basic food items such as flour, butter,
THE OREGON TRAIL Sarah Minor’s Social Studies Lesson.
Oregon Trail By: Kellan Mckinney. The Oregon Trail was a major route that people took when migrating to the western part of the United States. Between.
PlacesVocabulary Dangers & Difficulties Life on the Trail Covered Wagons The Trip
Life on the Trails. The Oregon Trail was legendary migration route that brought settlers from Missouri to Oregon during the ear of westward expansion.
The Pioneers on the Oregon Trail Beth Ryan ED 417.
Westward Expansion In the Mid-1800s Problems traveling by wagon Stuck in the mud Dust blocks vision People get sick, no medicine.
James Mason Diary INDEPENDENCE MISSOURI April 23, 1850.
GO. Teacher Student After completing The Oregon Trail module, students will be able to answer basic questions with at least 80% accuracy on the.
Manifest Destiny and Wagons West. I. Jedediah Smith and the Mountain Men A.Jedediah Smith 1.- B.Mountain men spent most of their year alone trapping,
Chapter 11 Lesson 4 Moving West. Trails West In 1824, Crow Indians showed a trapper a way through the Rocky Mountains that was wide enough for wagons.
Chapter 11, Lesson 4 ACOS #10: Describe political, social, and economic events between 1803 and 1860 that led to the expansion of the territory of the.
April 16 th 2011 Warm Up Complete the Map exercise on Pg 452 on the back of your Map Homework. Answer both questions a and b in complete sentences. Get.
Notes Set up 1. Manifest Destiny- 2. Who moved- 3. When- 4. Why move- 5. Trails to take- 6. Traveling- 7. Daily life- 8. Dangers- 9.
The Diary of Sallie Hester, On March 20, 1849 Sallie Hester and her family began the journey from Indiana to California. Sallie was 14 years.
If You Traveled West in a Covered Wagon ►P►P►P►Pack Your Wagons! We are Headin’ West on the Oregon Trail.
The Santa Fe Trail Michaela. Where it Starts ► The trail starts in New Mexico. ► It ends in Missouri. ► It was about 780 miles long.
Warmup – “Sweet Betsy from Pike” Select three (3) of the following questions to answer for the song. 1. What is the mood of the song’s melody? 2. Where.
The Oregon Trail Jeremy. Where the Oregon Trail Starts and Ends The Oregon Trail starts in Missouri. The Oregon Trail starts in Missouri. It ends in Oregon.
The Great Migration West Amidst an overwhelming chorus of naysayers who doubted their success, the so-called “Great Migration” made it safely to Oregon.
Chapter 11 Section 1 Trails to the West. Americans move West – Americans start to go beyond the U.S. Territory – One of the reasons was for beaver pelts.
5 th Grade Social Studies SHOW WHAT YOU KNOW! WESTWARD EXPANSION THE OREGON TRAIL.
By: Eric Coulton, Riley Holman, and Kayla Pierce. On to Oregon and California.
A written record of what someone has seen, done, or thought. Diary.
By the mid-1800s, the United States had expanded to nearly the size it is today. Manifest Destiny is the belief that the US should stretch from the Atlantic.
Reasons Northwest Passage Opens up the West Document Resources Establish peaceful relations with the Native Americans LEWIS AND CLARK.
Eliseo Lugo III. Americans were interested in moving west for three primary reasons: 1. Many Americans had personal economic problems (panic of 1837)
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.
Manifest Destiny A Motivation for Settlement. Motivations for Westward Expansion Economic Land Manufacturing Settlement Have a fresh start Religious The.
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,
Students will be able to summarize the events in westward expansion, including people’s motivation, their hardships, and Missouri as a jumping off point.
It was a 2,000 mile journey. 10,000 people died. Some people were poor and had to use wheelbarrows. When it was night they used the wagons as a fence.
Warm Up Read pgs and pgs Then get out your notes.
The Mormon Pioneer Trail By: Kyle McLaughlin. Where It Started The trail started in the Illinois. The trail ended in Utah. The trail was 1,200 miles long.
Jeopardy TransportationHARDSHIPSKEY FIGURESGEOGRAPHYTIMELINE Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Source:
Life on the Trails. The Santa Fe Trail was an historic trail from Independence, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico used in the 1800’s for trade and military.
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.
Trails helped travel become easier and more efficient. Trails were used by farmers, ranchers, miners, and business men. They were used for migration.
Good Morning Pass back tests Tape into your CB if you want to Fill out new TOC: – Unit Name : Expanding West 1.Notes EQ Summary 10.1.
The Overland Trail By Megan Naylor. Atchison Atchison to the Fort Bridger in Atchison at Fort Bridger 1,100 miles long.
The Oregon Trail 8th Grade United States History Mrs. Chen.
Trails to the West EQ: Why did people go West and what challenges did they face?
The Oregon Trail. Image #1 Image #2 Image #3.
Westward Ho! Trails to the West. Push /Pull Factors Why would people in the eastern United States want to move west during the mid-1800’s? What factors.
Westward Movement! All about Pioneers. Main Menu PioneersPioneersPioneers TravelTravelTravel FoodFoodFood ToolsToolsTools QuizQuizQuiz.
Let’s Get To Oregon!. The Oregon Trail was much more than a pathway to the state of Oregon; it was the only practical passage to the entire western United.
The Oregon Trail 8th Grade United States History Mrs. Jamieson.
Why Go? Panic of Huge depression leaves farmers broke Free land- Up to a square mile Fertile soil, nicer weather, fewer diseases and insects (especially.
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