How fast did the wagon go on the Oregon trail?
they went five miles an hour
The Oregon Trail started in Missouri then ended in Oregon.
A day on the Oregon trail is very hard.People had to go through allot to get through a day on the Oregon Trail.
To Oregon, California, and Washington
Because the Mormons used the Oregon trail as far as it went in the direction they wanted to go. The Oregon trail was a well-established trail that had plenty of good drinking water all along the way. From Nebraska to Wyoming, the Oregon trail was the best route. The Mormon trail turns south in Wyoming and enters Utah, while the Oregon trail continues on to Oregon.
The Oregon Trail began in Missouri and went through Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho and ended in Oregon.
It took about $600.00 in their time... So you had to be VERY rich to go on the Oregon Trail.
people used the Oregon trail to go west like California to get some gold or land they also used the Oregon trail for a better fortune and easy travel to the west
The people on the Oregon Trail wanted to go the Oregon territory, or what is now Washington and Oregon. Why? because the letters and rumors of Oregon Territory's rich and natural beauty. The people wanted to go west for many reasons; to explore, to get free farmland, and to build homes, farms, towns, and after a wile, cities. The trail was also the fastest way to Oregon.
Robert Stuart was the first person to follow the entire route of the Oregon trail in 1812-1813
the trail leading to California the trail leading to California
No one "invented" it. It was a route settlers took to go to Oregon.
Missouri, Kansas, Colorado,Idaho,Oregon oklahoma
The Oregon Trail was a way for migrants to go westward to receive land (cheap land, courtesy of the government, called the Homestead Act.) The journey on the Oregon Trail was made on covered wagons during the Westward Expansion time period. The Oregon Trail was only one of many trails to the Western United States.
They went so they could go for new land.
Mostly because the Mormons weren't going to Oregon. They followed the same path as the Oregon Trail for awhile, but eventually they had to turn off and go on the trail to Utah. Check out the 'Related Links' below to see a map of the Oregon, Mormon, California, and Santa Fe trails.
The newly completed trans-continental railroad. The Oregon Trail ran from the Missouri River to the Oregon Territory and was used extensively by pioneers from 1841 to 1869. Midway in the trail, other trails split off to go to California.
about six i think
They wanted to go to get gold.
to go to california in search gold
Pioneers wanted to go to Oregon to get free farmland, adventures, and to get better living conditions.
Pioneers wanted to go to Oregon to get free farmland, adventure, and better living conditions
the Oregon trail
Because they wanted to settle the land out West.
i think it is good on the Oregon trail because in kosovo the kids have to milk the cow before they go to school and we had to go some were me and my sister put the pots and pans is the car and some luggage in the car so i feal it was good
as fast as u can push it
it was called the Oregon trail
this trail was highly used at the time and even had trading posts on the trail allowing for purchase of supplies. during this time people went on the trail to go west to escape there troubles in the east and looked to prosper in the west
The first organized wagon train left Missouri to go to Oregon on May 22, 1843. The train was made up of 1,000 people including families, missionaries, and pioneers and was guided by Dr. Elijah White.
It can go about 50 MPH. Which is fast enough for just running around the farm or on the trail.
people left hopeing to find gold and settel
the most popular years were the 1840's through the 1860's
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People wanted to go west and settle there. Some went west to get rich, by usually finding gold.
People back then went on the Oregon trail to start new lives. They had a 2,000 mile journey to Oregon. They WALKED the whole way even though it was long and dangerous. Many families died because of diseases, lack of food and water, and their were even some Indian attacks. They still traveled because there were good opportunities there.
The California Trail passed through the present states: Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, and California. More than 200,000 of those people traveled the 5,550 mile long trip. The California Trail was a wagon trail west from Missouri to California. The main reason of the California Trail was for gold-seekers to travel to northern California, looking for fortunes. The journey took about between 3 and 6 months long. The pioneers left in between… Read More
on groomed trail i can hit low 90's on my fx
The Mormon Trail didn't change the American West, because the Mormon Trail was next to the Oregon Trail. Another answer: The Mormon Trail followed the Oregon Trail until it hit Fort Bridger, Wyoming. There the Mormon Trail split off down toward where Salt Lake City, Utah is today. The largest change the Mormon Trail did to change the American West is bring a large influx of people into the American West. People who were willing… Read More
Unfortunately, we do not know for sure. Everyone's experience on the Oregon Trail was different, and there exists no detailed description of the specific experiences of either Richard Bogle or America Waldo (Richard & America were married many years after they arrived in the Oregon Territory). Further, their experiences were probably very different from each other. Richard Bogle crossed the Oregon Trail in 1851 as a young man of 16, without the help of relatives… Read More
The Mormon pioneers traveled on the Mormon Trail to reach Utah, where they found the freedom to practice their religion in relative peace. Others used the Mormon trail as a route to various places in the west, many would continue on to California, Nevada, or Oregon.
the geography was different as you went along in some places it was flat in others you had to go up and down mountains ands hills
It tops out at 35MPH and wont go any faster because of the rev limiter
Like the Oregon trail the California trail was a long overland route for those who wished to move west. They both followed the same river valley's and trails for most of the trip until they arrived in Idaho, Wyoming or Utah, where they would turn off and go to their respective destinations. Both were popular from the early 1840's until the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad in 1869. As you probably guessed, they were… Read More
It went less than 3 mph and was the slowest car ever on the road.
There are lots of reasons you might go to Wyoming. Wyoming has Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, and Devils Tower National Monument, along with many other famous places you could visit. Wyoming has lots of outdoor recreation available, places where you can hunt, fish, boat, hike, camp, swim, ski, water ski, snowboard, and much more -- or even just sit and enjoy the beautiful mountains, sky, bodies of water, etc. Wyoming is also… Read More
The trail was actually created by explorers and fur trappers much earlier, it was named the Mormon trail after the Mormons began using it, although it was the same trail as the Oregon trail and various other western trails until it split at Fort Bridger to go into Utah. At Fort Bridger they took the Hastings Cutoff, established by Lansford Hastings. They then took the Donner-Reed trail to Big Moutain, then cut their own road… Read More
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Most pioneers only have one wagon per family. If a person was very rich and had a lot of things he or she didn't want to let go, then most certainly they'd have three wagons.
I only know one. mhere it is:Use all points, then exit and go back into the skill screen. You will get fifty more skill points.
No, it did not go on a trail run
i have a polaris 350 1990 2 stroke. I just raced beside a truck down a road and got to about 50mph.