What did the pioneers use for houses on the trail to Utah?
They used their covered wagon as their houses until they finished their journey.
The Oregon Trail and The Mormon Trail .
Pioneers use to make a fire with wood. Wood was very hard to find on the Oregon Trail, so pioneers mostly used Buffalo Chips (dried buffalo poop.)
the calfornia trail
A famous route west for pioneers was the Wilderness Road, made by Daniel Boone and others.
The first group of Mormon pioneers started on the trail in the winter of 1845-46, but groups continued to use the trail until the railroad came in 1869.
Because it was the trail that lead to Salt Lake City. The Oregon trail went to Oregon, the California trail went to California, and the Mormon Trail went to Utah.
The first group of Mormon pioneers started on the trail in the winter of 1845-46, but groups continued to use the trail until the railroad came in 1869.many of these groups were converts from Europe.
Sod is a great insulator. Pioneers made houses out of sod when they did not have wood.
It's called sod, which was great for pioneers to use to build houses out of.
In some areas, there were few trees to use for building.
The Mormon Trail was used mostly between 1845 and 1870. The railroad reached Utah in 1869, and so most people chose to ride the train rather than take a wagon or horse on the trail. However, some people continued to use the trail, and parts of the trail are now paved roads that are traveled daily.
Pioneers would sometimes use horsetails to scour their pots and pans.
No they were beyond that. Romans used spears. Pioneers had guns.
Pioneers used peices of wood or sticks or stones.
I wouldn't really say that the Mormons "left behind" a legacy, as the Mormons are still in existence and in fact stronger than ever with over 15 million baptized members worldwide. I assume that you are wondering about the legacy left behind by the Mormon pioneers. As for that, I'd say the entire state of Utah and the entire modern church, as well as a handful of inventions you use every day - the television… Read More
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the pioneers used guns, bows and arrows, and swords
pioneers in th west used horses for, so they can prepare land,and when pioneers went hunting they would bring their horse
Yes. they used a tool called a "froe" which was essentially a wide wood chisel used to split a log into flats. It was hammered through the log end with a large (usually wooden) mallet.
Stay on the trail. Conrad biked on the Bike Trail.
To shoe a horse.
No, trail is a noun. The pronoun to use for trail is it. Example: This trail will take you to the summit but it is very steep.
A butter churn.
TO farm and occupy to live on...
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If you are referring to westernization the pioneers used wagons cars came Ayer on in history ( Henry Ford).
Some groups of Mormon pioneers became well known for their use of the 'handcart', which was like a large two-wheeled wooden wheelbarrow which they pulled themselves rather than purchasing teams of horses, oxen, or mules. It is said that Brigham Young devised the handcart as a way to allow those who were too poor to afford wagons and teams to cross the plains to Utah. A popular summer activity for Mormon youth groups is to… Read More
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Wagon, horses, and feet.
they used candles and made fires
The Mormons moved to Utah for religious freedom.
You would use meters. Or, if the trail is more than 1000 meters, you can use killometers
The Mormon pioneers had to use teamwork to survive. Rather than having everyone fend for themselves, they organized and worked together to form a sucessful community. They were split into groups and were sent throughout the region to do different tasks - some to farm, some to build, some to ranch, some to mine, etc. They then shared their supplies and provisions cooperatively.
Pioneers really had no use for buffalo (properly called bison, if referring to the American "buffalo"). Some would hunt them if they arrived before the herds were over hunted, but really, by the time most of the pioneers came West to settle down there weren't any bison left to hunt in the first place.
Pony Express?, pen and paper I guess??
They measured their horses using their hands.
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they used herbal remedies an made it with mortar and pestal
They used horsetails to scrub pans
they would use a horse shoe
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Some did. early pioneers heading west had flintlocks, which was prior to the Henry rifle. the Henry came about at the time of the civil war
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They use to live in brick houses and wooden houses.
pioneers didn't have a bathroom in their house, they had their bathroom outside a.k.a [also known as] an outhouse. 1 good place to see an outhouse is if you watch Sherek.