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Located on the Pacific Coast, Oregon is known as the Beaver State. Oregon is home to Nike headquarters and is one of only five states with no income tax.

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Where can you buy Uggs slippers near Salem Oregon?

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To buy Ugg slippers near Salem, OR, check out your local shoe store, department store, or shoe retailer. Also, explore {WeeReplica} online for a wide range of Ugg style slippers.

What are the work permit requirements for 14 years olds?

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You can work in very few areas such as babysitting and thrift shops, however you can't for most common jobs as they ask you to be 16 or have some sort of qualification.

Where in Oregon can a 15 year old work?

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Nope ahahaha, Iv been looking to bro....No dice tho, I can say dont look at snap-jobs they have adds on google foranything there allways the top in blue anything you type in with jobs it will change and if you look at the bottom of the add in the green it will say Snapjobs.con you know

Why is Oregon know as the beaver state?

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Yes. Oregon State University's athletic teams are called the "Beavers."

How far is it from Beaverton Oregon to Portland Oregon?

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Clackamas Oregon is 11.5 miles from Portland Oregon.

What kind of birds can live 100 years?

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the bird that can live up to 100years old is abby turzynn

What stores sell rennet in Oregon?

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rennet

Why did people want to move out west on the Oregon Trail?

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for a better life, which included making more money, bigger land given to you by the government, and a new start in life.

How much did a wagon coast during the Oregon trail?

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It took a considerable amount to put together the essentials like: * Wagon and oxen. * A six months supply of food for your party. * Weapons and ammunition. * Essential tools to begin your new life. * A bundle of trade goods for the Native Americans enroute. Once the trip began cash was of little use since there was no place to spend it.

How do you download Oregon trail 5?

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What is the best operating system and why? WIndows for universality.

What month did the Oregon trail end?

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The Oregon Trail was 4-6 months

What was the worst thing about the Oregon trail?

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getting drowned by the rushing waves of rivers

Waht was the 'oregon trail'?

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The people used it to find new land, new settlements na dstarted to make a community out of what they had

•Why do you think the Oregon Trail does not appear to follow a straight route?

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The Oregon Trail was a roughly 2,000-mile route from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon City, Oregon, which was used by hundreds of thousands of American pioneers in the mid-1800s to emigrate west

When did the Oregon trail get started?

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Well, that depends on how you look at it. Officially, according to an act of Congress, it begins in Independence, Missouri, and ends in Oregon City, Oregon. To the settlers, though, the trail to the Oregon Country was a five-month trip from their old home in the East to their new home in the West. It was different for every family. Some people got ready to leave the East, or "jump off" as they called it, in towns like St. Joseph or Council Bluffs, and others jumped off from their old homes in Illinois or Missouri and picked up the Oregon Trail in the countryside. Along the way, they could choose to take shortcuts or stick to the main trunk of the Trail, and the end of their journey didn't really come until they settled a claim somewhere in the vast Oregon Country.

Why was it good to be on the first wagon on the Oregon trail?

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A variety of incentives led people to attempt the 2,000 mile journey west. Many in the 1840s sought a new beginning following a widespread economic depression in the late 1830s. Some hoped to escape the political strife preceding and during the Civil War. A few settlers had patriotic motives, to ensure American possession of territory jointly claimed by the U.S. and Great Britain in the Northwest, or occupied by Mexico in the Southwest. Some religious groups wished to establish missions and communities. Some moved to join family members. Many emigrants made the trip seeking adventure and new opportunities. The majority of emigrants had as their main reason either land or gold. In Oregon, various land acts, most notably the Donation Land Act of 1850, provided free land, up to 320 or 640 acres, to settlers. The discovery of gold in California in 1848 lured nearly 150,000 people west over the trail in five years. New gold discoveries in Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, and other western states led continuing migrations of fortune seekers to all regions of western America.

What difficuties did the Oregon trail face?

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They practically suffered from 4 basic hardships:

-Disease spread

-Terrain (Mountains)

-Attacks

-River crossings
Hemlock which they would mistake for parsnips, cholera, rattlesnakes, accidents, wide rivers,walking, mosquito's, weather etc. etc.

What were some o the hardships they encountered in the Oregon trail?

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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.

What are the names of the wagons that went on the Oregon trail?

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You would most likely find 18th - 19th century materials and tools, as well as common foods and water.

When did Oregon Trail II happen?

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The Oregon Trail is a computer game originally developed by Don Rawitsch, Bill Heinemann, and Paul Dillenberger in 1971 and produced by the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium in 1974.

Through which states did the Oregon Trail pass?

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the oregon trail ran in Missouri River to valleys in Oregon. the eastern part of th Oregon trail spanned part of the future state of kansas and nearly all of what are noe the states of Nebraska and Wyoming