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What states passed through the Oregon Trail?

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It started in Missouri and passed through what is now Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming, ending in Idaho, Oregon and Washington---known at the time as "Oregon Country.The states didn't pass through the Oregon Trail, but the trail went through the states.

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