Travel the Oregon Trail make a great life in Oregon city.

Head west to the green grass and rolling hills.

The Oregon Trail is the fastest way to get to Oregon City
You would start in Independence, Missouri where you can get everything you need for the journey ahead.

You will travel 2000 miles in 4 to 6 months

After crossing 12 rivers and passing through six different soon to be states
As well as facing a chance of peril and death from rivers, dehydration, hypothermia, and diseases.

You will reach the wonderful state of Oregon.

There is plenty of room and beautiful scenery.
Plenty of farmland

Plus it is the perfect place for the whole family!

And if that's not enough, there are lots of opportunities. You can start your own business like being a captain to a steam boat or being a farmer.


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