S: Where Do We Go From Here?
FC: A Journey To Remember.... | BY Danielle Chatman & Kimberly Crawford | A Glance Back In Time
1: "Reputation is what men and women think of us; character is what God and angels know of us." -Thomas Paine We dedicate this book to all the believers. If you ever had or even have a dream, reach for it with all your might. When there's a will, there's definitely a way. Never tell me that the sky's the limit when there's a black family in the White House. You show me that limit and I'll show you a divine masterpiece. -Danielle Chatman
2: Your Education is more valuable, more precious than silver or gold. It is the substance of life. With education you're the wise one of all the rest. Without it you are just as ignorant.
3: Table of Contents Section 1: The Applegate Trail Section 2 : The Overland & Chisholm Trail Section 3: The Cumberland Gap Trail
4: Section 1: The Applegate Trail
5: Jesse | Applegate | Founder of the applegate trail
6: This is a portrayed mural of the Applegate Trail going through Douglas County. This was one of many events that happened as the Applegate Trail first blazed in 1846.
7: The Applegate Trail, first laid out and used in 1846, was the southern alternative for the Oregon Trail. Nearly 3000 people traveled this trail in the year 1853 alone. This trail was also known as South Emigrant Road in the year 1846. .
8: About Levi Scott Levi Scott was a politician in the Oregon Territory of the United States in the 1850s. He was a native of Illinois and helped lay the Applegate Trail.
10: This is a signature photograph of Levi Scott.
12: Section 2: The Overland & Chisholm Trail
13: Is anyone familiar with James Hickok a.k.a "Wild Bill?" Well, would you like to learn about him?
14: Wild Bill was a figure in the American Old West, where people expressed the cultural expressions of life in the Western United States. He was a skilled gunfighter and scout during the 1800-1900s.
15: James Butler Hicok | A.K.A Wild Bill
16: The Overland Trail
17: Horseteam on the | Overland Trail
18: The Journey Many people came to California by covered wagon. This was a long, difficult journey. It was very important that the travelers left early enough so they wouldn't get caught in the Sierra Mountains during the winter. Many were aware of the tragic fate of the Donner party in 1846.
19: This is a picture of the Sierra Mountains in the winter times.
20: The Hardships they had to face.....
21: It was a long and rough road for the people traveling it. As far as supplies go such as food, they had very little. . Most of them even died from starvation, illnesses, and by drowning.
22: The Chisholm Trail
23: This trail was the most important route for cattle drives. On the other hand... the Chisholm Trail decreased in its importance after 1871, as a result of the westward advance of settlement.
24: This picture was titled "The Old Chisholm Trail."
26: Who Was Jesse Chisholm?
27: jesse chisholm was the man behind the chisholm trail. he was an indian trader, guide, and interpreter. born in the Hiwassee region of Tennessee, He had built a numerous number of trading posts in what is now western Oklahoma. unfortunately, he had never drove cattle on the trail that was named after him.
28: Jesse Chisholm
29: The picture on the previous page is a picture of Jesse Chisholm, the mind stream behind the creation, invention, and exploration of the well known CHISHOLM TRAIL.
30: Chapter Review 1.) Who was Jesse Applegate? a. an explorer/pioneer c. a doctor b. a scientist d. a bounty hunter 2.) What year was the Applegate Trail first laid? a. 1894 c. 2010 b. 1846 d. none of the above 3.) What trail was important for cattle drives? a. Chisholm c. Westward Expansion b. Applegate d. Overland
31: 4.)Levi Scott was a politician in the____Territory. 5.)The ____Trail ran westward from Atchison, Kansas 6.)Jesse Chisholm was an interpreter, ____, and guide. 7.)The Overland Trail was established by_____ in 1862. Essay Why did who where coming through the Sierra Mountains have to leave early? Name some reasons why some people did not make it through the Sierra Mountains.
32: Chapter Vocabulary 1.)Applegate Trail: was a wilderness trail 2.)Ben Holladay: was an American transportation businessman known as the "Stagecoach King" until his routes were taken over by Wells Fargo in 1866. 3.) California: a state in the western United States on the Pacific
33: 4.) Cattle drive: to drive a bovine herd 5.) Journey: traveling one place to another for a long period of time 6.) Starvation: lack of food or water for a long period of time 7.) Interpreter: someone who meditates between speakers of different languages
34: Refrences | *Weiser, Kathy. Ed. "Legends of America." Old West Legends. Legends of America, March 2010. Web. 2003-2011.
35: *Continuation* | Southern Oregon Historical Society, Josephine County Historical Society. Ed. The Applegate Trail. Hasting Computer Consulting Mark Hasting, n.d. Web. 1996-2006.