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Some of the land marks  on the Oregon trail       By : Keely
Starting off point• Independence Missouri was the starting off  point for the pioneers. Or as they like to say  the jumpin...
Courthouse rock• Court house rock is located near the Platte  river valley. It is the smaller companion to  jail house roc...
Independence rock• Named after furs traders on fourth of July  celebration 1830.• It became one of the most famous landmar...
Fort Hall• Was established in 1834• Along the snake river• It was served as a fur trading post
Whitman Missions• Found by Marcus Whitman and his wife  Narcissa• The Whitman Missions was one of the worst  tragedies on ...
Oregon City• Oregon City was found in 1842 by Willamette  river flows• Always a natural place of commerce between  Indians...
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All about my life on the oregon trail

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  1. 1. Some of the land marks on the Oregon trail By : Keely
  2. 2. Starting off point• Independence Missouri was the starting off point for the pioneers. Or as they like to say the jumping off point.
  3. 3. Courthouse rock• Court house rock is located near the Platte river valley. It is the smaller companion to jail house rock. It was the first thing they saw.
  4. 4. Independence rock• Named after furs traders on fourth of July celebration 1830.• It became one of the most famous landmarks on the Oregon trail.
  5. 5. Fort Hall• Was established in 1834• Along the snake river• It was served as a fur trading post
  6. 6. Whitman Missions• Found by Marcus Whitman and his wife Narcissa• The Whitman Missions was one of the worst tragedies on the Oregon trail
  7. 7. Oregon City• Oregon City was found in 1842 by Willamette river flows• Always a natural place of commerce between Indians and whites
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