Historical Journal

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  • hi i love the 1800's.everyone wants to move ahead, but id rather live in the past with the indians,,and the people who lived on the land for free.thats what gos wanted,now the world got too greedy,we cant even afford to live on this earth,the rent is too high,and the food price.....well im moving on,and becoming a farmer on the land of the free.
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Historical Journal

  1. 1. Head West Roll the Wagons
  2. 2. Hopes, Dreams , and a Mess of Provisions Independence, Missouri “Load em’ Up!” “Roll the Wagons” Prairie Schooners “Getting There” “Life on the Trail” “The Trail” Prologue - March
  3. 3. Fresh Start Court House Rock “Wagon Trains and the Oregon Trail” “Life on the Wagon Train” Roll the Wagons Month 1 - April
  4. 4. Trail Life Chimney Rock and Scott’s Bluff “Life on the Wagon Train” Fort Laramie “Roll the Wagons” Month 2 - May
  5. 5. River Crossings South Pass Wagon Wheels Green River “Roll the Wagons” Month #3 - June
  6. 6. In Sickness and in Death “The Cholera Disease” “Exhaustion on the Trail” “Entering Mountain Country” “Roll the Wagons” Month #4 – July
  7. 7. Indians “Meeting with Indians” “In the Words of Native Americans” “Fear of Native” “Roll the Wagons” Month 5 - August
  8. 8. Last Leg Columbia River Cascade Mountains “Westward Expansion” “Fort Hall, the Snake…” “ America’s Era of Expansion” “Roll the Wagons” Month 6 - September
  9. 9. Settling In “Great Falls,… Oregon City” “End of the Trail” Month 8 - October
  10. 10. Independence to Chimney Rock
  11. 11. Independence to Chimney Rock
  12. 12. Independence to Chimney Rock
  13. 13. Independence to Chimney Rock
  14. 14. Independence to Chimney Rock
  15. 15. Independence to Chimney Rock
  16. 16. Independence to Chimney Rock
  17. 17. Independence to Chimney Rock
  18. 18. Independence to Chimney Rock
  19. 19. Independence to Chimney Rock
  20. 20. Provisions: Load Your Wagon Advice from Mountain Men <ul><li>Don’t risk being short of the essentials </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Firewood </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Water and grass for the animals </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Food </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Don’t start to soon or too late </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Too soon </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Grass too short to feed the animals </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Too late </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Mountains will be blocked by snow </li></ul></ul></ul>
  21. 21. Reasons to Head West
  22. 22. As the Wind Rocks the Wagon “Life on the Wagon Train”
  23. 23. Chimney Rock
  24. 24. Scott’s Bluff
  25. 25. South Pass
  26. 26. Green River Ferry
  27. 27. The Oregon Trail and the American Dream
  28. 28. Court House Rock
  29. 29. In the World of Native Americans
  30. 30. “Getting There”
  31. 31. “Life on the Trail”
  32. 32. Wagon Wheels
  33. 33. Green River Ferry Crossing
  34. 34. “Meeting the Indians”
  35. 35. “Fear of Natives”
  36. 36. “ In the Words of Native Americans”
  37. 37. “The Cholera Disease”
  38. 38. “Exhaustion on the Trail”
  39. 39. “Entering Mountain Country”
  40. 40. “Westward Expansion”
  41. 41. Cascade Mountains
  42. 42. “The End of the Oregon Trail”
  43. 43. “ Great Falls, Vancouver, and Oregon City”
  44. 44. “The Oregon Trail”
  45. 45. “Fort Hall, the Snake…”
  46. 46. “The Trail”

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