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What trail did not take people west?

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the answer is Mormon trail Santa Fe trail and the Old spanish trail

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Over 500,000 people traveled on the Oregon Trail.

The Santa Fe trail was was for people who wanted to trade at Santa Fe. They would take there stuff to Santa Fe to be sold. The oregon trail was for people who were moving west.

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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 Mormons used the trail because it was the best way to get to the west away from everyone who were convecting them

It was the route west for people going west in wagon trains.

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 Oregon trail helped many settlers cross to the west to make a better life. About 200,000- 400,000 people crossed this trail by wagon.

the trail of tears was a trail that over 17,000 Cherokee Indians were forced to take headed west. It was the largest Indian removal known in America

Because they wanted to settle the land out West.

Oregon trail, mormon Trail, Old spanish trail, and for more it is Santa fe trail, California trail i hope you take at least three of them this is your choice like you can choose Oregon trail, Santa fe trail, California trail your choice!

Approximately 1 year (on the trail of tears).

There was the Bozeman Trail, the Oregon Trail, the Mormon Trail and the California Trail that were all used for emigration west.

People wanted to go west and settle there. Some went west to get rich, by usually finding gold.

people had to perpare enough food in order to maize it alive. they also had to take tools and seeds cause some planned to plant.

The California Trail, Gila Trail, Mormon Trail and The Old Spanish Trail....

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 to try to settle the desert areas in Utah and Idaho that no one else wanted to touch. It also helped solidify a trail that lead was a main stopping point for people headed to Oregon or California. People traveling on either the Oregon or California Trails would go to Salt Lake City and resupply before continuing their journey west, usually rejoining the trails around the southern central part of Idaho right near the Idaho-Utah border.

The Oregon Trail was part of the idea of Manifest Destiny because of the fact that Manifest Destiny was the idea that America should expand into the Western Territory. The Oregon Trail is people who are traveling from the East to the West, so it demonstrates Manifest Destiny very strongly because of the fact that people on the Oregon Trail were spreading out to the West, which was the idea of Manifest Destiny.

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