Going West

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Going West

  1. 1. Paragraph 11800’s = 1800 – 1899Choices or
  2. 2. Paragraph 2Voyage = trip
  3. 3. Paragraph 3 look for gold they had little money = poor cheap land
  4. 4. Paragraph 4 trail wheelbarrow fast but tired slow traveled together
  5. 5. Paragraph 5 Conestoga wagon hard wagon difficult trip people walk next to wagon
  6. 6. Paragraph 6 travel in groups
  7. 7. Paragraph 7 about 20 miles 2 or 3 miles
  8. 8. Paragraph 8 start in spring cross the prairiecross the mountains end snow
  9. 9. Paragraph 9 no food disease Indian attack broken broken animals wagon wheel in water
  10. 10. Paragraph 10 tipped wagon
  11. 11. Paragraph 11 1---- people =10Better future= land, money, happiness!
  12. 12. Please answer these questions:1. Did you understand the text?2. What is a wagon? a. a person b. transportation c. some kind of food3. When did the trip begin? a. in the summer b. in the winter c. in the spring4. Why did people travel in groups? a. because it was dangerous to travel alone b. because they could go fast c. because it was fun5. What were some reasons for people to travel west? a. the west is beautiful b. they wanted land and money c. they wanted to see Indians6. What things could slow down a wagon train? a. sick animals, Indian attacks, and lack of food b. sick animals, Indian attacks, and much food c. sick animals, Indian dances, and lack of food

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