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Oregon trail

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FC: Oregon Trail | By: Jeff, Jack, Mitchell & Bryce

1: Dedication Page. | We dedicate this Mixbook to Mr. Herzog for making this all possible.

2: Table Of Contents | Pages: 3-5 Native Americans Pages 6-13 Supplies Pages 14-17 Cilies Along The Way Pages 18-21 Hardships Pages 22-25 Women on the Trail Pages 26 Back Cover

3: The amazing fact is that some Native Americans on the Oregon Trail were kind. They helped emigrants get lost cattle back, get wagons out of mud, and shared food. | Native Americans

4: Fort Laramie was a social economic place. Native American tribes would go there to make trades for guns, food, clothes, and shelter and make treaties. | There were friendly relations at the fort, but as emigrants came things started getting bad.

5: As you can see, Native Americans did like to go to Fort Laramie.

6: Emigrants traded with Native Americans for horses and food.

7: Set of augers Ax Hoe Shovel Whetstone Oxbows Kingbolts Oxshoes Wagon tongue Chains Gimlet Hammer Plow SpadeAxles Linchpins Spikes Heavy ropes | Flour Hardtack Bacon Coffee Baking Soda Molasses Dried beans Dried beef Dried fruit Salt Vinegar Pepper Eggs Sugar Rice Tea Corn Meal | Supplies

8: Wool sack coats Cotton shirts Palm-leaf sun hat Buckskin pants Duck trousers Felt hat Wool pantaloons Brogans Boots Cotton dresses Cotton socks Sunbonnet Rubber coats Flannel shirts Green goggles | Supplies Continued

10: Weaponry they had in the 1830's were rifles, pistols, knives, hatchets, gunpowder, lead, bullet mold, powder horn, bullet pouch, and a holster

11: More Supplies

12: This is a conestoga wagon. | Much bigger, twenty four feet long, six feet high, and four feet wide. | It was pulled by 6-8 horses or 12 oxen. | This is a regular farm wagon with a cover.It was pulled by two or more horses and two pairs of oxen.

13: There was more than one occasion where we had to be resourceful and live on the streets because we missed a train or couldnt find a hostel. | FORT HALL In 1834 Fort Hall was established along the snake river. It was surved as a fur traiding post. Early emigrants on the Oregon trail usually abandoned their wagons at the fort and continued n foot with there animals.

14: FORT BOISE Fort Boise establised in 1834 in Idaho. It was located along the Snake River near the present town of Parma, Idaho. The fort was a supply point along the Oregon Trail until 1854. Then it was abandoned do to flooding and Indian attacks. | Here are some cities along the way of the Oregon trail. From Independince Mosurri to Oregon City.

16: These are the Jumping of places through out the Oregon trail

18: Hardships | Pioneers dealt with weather, disease, and human mistakes.

19: Many died along the trail to Oregon from diseases and mistakes.

20: Hardships The biggest hardships on the trail were, Sickness Starvation and extreme cold

22: Women on the Trail

23: Women would work on most things whle men slacked.

24: Women Continued Men were really picky on what work they did. | Women on the Oregon Trail would fetch water and cook .

25: Men would not do anything that may be called women's work

26: Works Cited | Map. Digital image. Free Pages. 9 June 2009 . Quest garden. 9 June 2009

27: 4650/index.htm>. Standing people water color. Digital image. Artistnina.com. 9 June 2009 . Trail. Digital image. Visit idaho. 9 June 2009 .

28: Thank You For Viewing by: Bryce ,Mitch, Jack, and Jeff

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