The Oregon Trail was a 2,000-mile route to the West for thousands of settlers in 19th Century America. The Trail ran through what is now Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, and Oregon.
Imagine traveling in a small covered wagon . Between 1841 and 1845, more than 5,000 people traveled the Oregon Trail, from Missouri to Oregon.
Have you ever heard of the Oregon Trail? Back in the 1800s, thousands of brave people followed this route across the country, riding in rickety...
Kids learn about the Oregon Trail from the Old West. A roadway used by pioneers in covered wagons to travel west.