-shooting each other on accident
-terrains (mountains or hills)
People on the Oregon trail faced being attacked by Indians
There were several hardships that were encountered on the Oregon Trail. Some or all of these included the following: lack of supplies, such as food, water, shelter etc. Also they may have been attacked by Native Americans and wild animals.
think about the Native Americans and also look at the deaths and hardships the pioneers faced
Immigrants on the Oregon Trail risked floods, dangerous river crossings, disease, snakes, accidents, shortages of supplies, and snowstorms. There were also attacks by Native Americans.
If pioneers did not bring enough food with them and were caught by early snow storms, it was possible to starve.
The trail you seek is the Oregon Trail.
One thing the Transcontinental Railroad did for the west was eliminating the Oregon Trail. Essentially, you could move to the West (California predominantly) without the hardships, many times death, that came with traveling the Oregon Trail.
Yes, the Oregon Trail went through Oregon.
The Oregon Trail stopped in Oregon.
Some hardships of the Oregon trail was weathering. During thunderstorms a half a dozen people would die from thunderstrikes. Also accidents the wagons they rode were not safe if someone were to fall in front of one then the big wheels would run them over and they would die. Mostly children would die from accidents.
The Oregon Trail started in Missouri then ended in Oregon.
Oregon trail? Oregon trail?
The Oregon Trail ended in Oregon City in 1869.
The Oregon Trail ended in Portland, Oregon.
The Oregon Trail started in 1841.
there is no Oregon trail
Oregon Trail was created in 183#.
it is in oregon
The Oregon Trail was a pioneer trail that started in Independence, Missouri and led to the Oregon Territory.
No, the Oregon Trail began in the 1830s and 1840s. By the 1880s, the Oregon Trail had long since ended.
Starvation, too much heat, steep hills, rivers and lakes, death in multiple ways, etc.
The Oregon Trail began in Missouri and ended in Oregon City
The Oregon Trail was about 2000 miles.