Fantastic Facts about the Oregon Trail Wind powered wagons the drink of water mysterious empty graves a cow that started a war Read all about these fantastic facts and dozens of others in this fun to read book Did you know that some pi

  • Title: Fantastic Facts about the Oregon Trail
  • Author: Michael J. Trinklein
  • ISBN: 9781883691004
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wind powered wagons the 100 drink of water mysterious empty graves a cow that started a war Read all about these fantastic facts and dozens of others in this fun to read book Did you know that some pioneers took a shortcut to Oregon that took them perilously close to Antarctica Or that ferryboat operators on the Oregon Trail could earn nearly 2,000 per day OrWind powered wagons the 100 drink of water mysterious empty graves a cow that started a war Read all about these fantastic facts and dozens of others in this fun to read book Did you know that some pioneers took a shortcut to Oregon that took them perilously close to Antarctica Or that ferryboat operators on the Oregon Trail could earn nearly 2,000 per day Or that many pioneers found ice in the middle of the blazing hot desert It s all true An entertaining read for young people or anyone interested in the great western journey.

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    One thought on “Fantastic Facts about the Oregon Trail”

    1. this book contained many interesting facts about the Oregon trail. things like the ferry business started by Brigham young, someone's attempt at air-ballooning to the west, the tons of abandoned bacon and other superfluous items. it wasn't as good as the other book I read on the Oregon trail. an easy read - possibly plagiarized.

    2. Great little book with lots of interesting facts and tidbits about life on the Oregon Trail. Will be using it while teaching Westward Expansion in elementary social studies this year.

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