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by Laura Wilson

Author: Laura Wilson
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins; 1st Beech Tree ed edition (October 25, 1999)
Pages: 112 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.9
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The Oregon Trail was full of danger and discomfort. 0688172768 (ISBN13: 9780688172763).

The Oregon Trail was full of danger and discomfort. Rides in the covered wagons were so bumpy that many pioneers preferred to walk, and hundreds died of cholera on the 2,000-mile journey. Here is the story of one family's inspiring adventure, told in the voice of an inquisitive ten-year-old. Jes The Oregon Trail was full of danger and discomfort.

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How I Survived the Oregon Trail : The Journal of Jesse Adams. The Oregon Trail was full of danger and discomfort

How I Survived the Oregon Trail : The Journal of Jesse Adams. The Oregon Trail was full of danger and discomfort.

The Oregon Trail was full of danger & discomfort. Author Laura Wilson, the real voice of Jesse Adams, has created a journal based on authentic pioneer diaries & letters. The covered wagons were so bumpy that most pioneers preferred to walk, & hundreds died of cholera on the 2,000-mile journey. How I Survived the Oregon Trail: The Journal of Jesse Adams. by. Laura Wilson (Author). The covered wagons were so bumpy that most pioneers preferred to walk. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Oregon Trail Route Unfortunately, however, not all the books were accurate and left some.

It was critical for travelers to leave in April or May if they hoped to reach Oregon before the winter snows began. Leaving in late spring also ensured there’d be ample grass along the way to feed livestock. As the Oregon Trail gained popularity, it wasn’t unusual for thousands of pioneers to be on the path at the same time, especially during the California Gold Rush. Depending on the terrain, wagons traveled side by side or single file. Unfortunately, however, not all the books were accurate and left some settlers lost and in danger of running out of provisions. The End of the Oregon Trail.

The Oregon Trail is a 2,170-mile (3,490 km) historic East–West, large-wheeled wagon route and emigrant trail in the United States that connected the Missouri River to valleys in Oregon. The eastern part of the Oregon Trail spanned part of the future. The eastern part of the Oregon Trail spanned part of the future state of Kansas, and nearly all of what are now the states of Nebraska and Wyoming. The western half of the trail spanned most of the future states of Idaho and Oregon.

historic route to and through the American Old West. Itineraries North America itineraries Oregon Trail. The Oregon Trail is a 2,200 mi (3,500 km) historic route across the United States, traditionally beginning in Independence, Missouri and crossing the states of Nebraska, Wyoming, and Idaho before ending near the Pacific coast in Oregon City, Oregon.

About 300,000 traveled on the Oregon trail, however, because of diseases, food shortages, and accidental deaths, only about 90,000 survived the journey.

How many people survived the Oregon trail? Unanswered Questions. About 300,000 traveled on the Oregon trail, however, because of diseases, food shortages, and accidental deaths, only about 90,000 survived the journey. Asked in History of the United States, Oregon, Oregon Trail. How many people traveled the Oregon trail? 1200 people travelled the Oregon trail. How many died on the Oregon Trail? About 200 people died on the Oregon Trail.

The Oregon Trail was full of danger and discomfort. Rides in the covered wagons were so bumpy that many pioneers preferred to walk, and hundreds died of cholera on the 2,000-mile journey. Still, thousand of men, women, and children pushed on in search of a new life. Here is the story of one family's inspiring adventure, told in the voice of an inquisitive ten-year-old. Jesse's diary is accompanied by games, recipes, authentic photographs, and a fold-out map to help young readers experience what it was like to live through an unforgettable time and place in American history.