What two famous trails led settlers west?
led settlers across the Oregon trails
The Oregon trail
The victories of the militia led by George Clark in the west benefited the frontier settlers by allowing them to remain on the frontier. It also strengthened the American claim on the Ohio valley area.
They led settlers through the mountain passes.
They moved there because they wanted to
Daniel Boone's blazing of the Wilderness Road led to settlers finding their way west. This, in turn, led to a massive westward expansion.
Which two trails could travelers leaving from fort Hall follow and to what two cities did the trails lead?
The trails were the Oregon trail and the California trail the California trail led to California and the Oregon trail led to Missouri.
The general answer to that is that Americans have been moving West from the beginning. Daniel Boone led settlers through the Cumberland Gap in the 1760s. If by the West you men west of the Mississippi, there was a large migration to the Pacific Northwest (Oregon Territory) in the 1840s which was dying out when gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill in California, and the Gold Rush began (1849), initiating the greatest westward movement in… Read More
Nobody. The Mormon Pioneers traveled on the Mormon Trail, not the Oregon Trail. In many places these trails closely followed each other, but they were not the same trail.
The majority of people that traveled the Oregon Trail heard that there was good land in the Willamette Valley and good weather.
it was led by john SMith
who led 300 settlers into texas
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Stephen F. Austin led a group of three hundred families of settlers from Missouri to Texas.
John Brown was an anti-slavery settler who led attacks on pro-slavery settlers to Kansas
Peter Minuit is the person who led the first Dutch settlers to North America. Albertus van Raalte also led some Dutch immigrants to settle in North America.
The development of the transcontinental railway system linking the US West coast to many areas in the eastern part of the USA led to less expensive and faster ways to allow settlers to head west. The US railway network was vital to the expansion of the USA and the transport of goods & services throughout the nation.
The trail that led from Virginia through the Cumberland Gap to Kentucky was the Wilderness Road.
Check routes at (they are more or less the same) http://www.amtrak.com/servlet/ContentServer/Page/1237608344114/1237405732511 Another usual travel was by ship as seen at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:California_Gold_Rush_handbill.jpg it was safer and maybe faster.
No. When Indian Reservations were made, they were made to keep the Indians away from the settlers. Thus, Reservations were made largely in the west United States, where many Eastern Indians were led to on the Trail of Tears.
He helped the settlers survive at Jamestown. There are a lot of people named John Smith that are famous, in order to give a better answer it would be helpful to know which one you are referring to. Because he led Jamestown out of starvation and was saved by Pocohantas. He also had his hip blown apart by his own gunpowder.
he led a group of settlers through the Beckwourth pass.
Settlers from Greenland, led by Leif Ericson.
George Rogers Clark led the American troops in the west.
The discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill in 1848 led to what became known as California's Gold Rush.
The rivalry between proslavery and antislavery settlers
The rivalry between proslavery and antislavery settlers?
I believe texas was a Spanish colony.
The passage of the Homestead Acts led many settlers to the Great Plains states. These acts gave ownership of land to settlers at little to no cost.
What conditions caused tensions which often led to warfare between settlers and Native Americans in Virginia?
settlers wanted to take the land awayfrom the native Americans
Thomas Hooker led 1,000 settlers from Massachusetts with the approval of the government to find better farmland.
it was a popular myth at the time that the region had gold and/or it was an incentive to get more settlers in the colony.
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!
Like the other colonies, relations between the settlers and the Native Americans were often hostile. Although the relationship wasn't nearly as bad as in some of the colonies, the relationship eventually deteriorated as well, and led to war between the settlers and Chief Pontiac's tribe. The tribe was defeated and moved west, as did most of the Native Americans along the east coast.
Roger Williams i think
Stephen Fuller Austin
They were trails that led from south Texas all the way through Kansas and Dodge City.
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What are the factors which led to abolition of slavery in the British West Indies?
She was famous because she led a famous march
There was no famous Roman who led a slave rebellion. There was a major slave revolt in 70 BC, but it was led by Spartacus who was not a Roman.