The Oregon Trail Quentin Hodges

Oregon Trail : Canvas covered wagons, known as prairie schooners, traveled this trail to the Willamette Valley

This is where they are taking the difficult trail all the way to a better life.

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1.) The Oregon Trail didn’t follow a single set path 2.) A pair of Protestant missionaries made one of the trail’s first wagon crossings. 3.) The iconic Conestoga wagon was rarely used on the Oregon Trail.

1.) The trail was littered with discarded supplies 2.) Indian attacks were relatively rare on the Oregon Trail. 3.) Pioneers left behind graffiti on “register rocks” along the trail.

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