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Oregon National Historic Trail, Missouri to Oregon - The trail went to the Whitman Mission near Fort Nez Perces in Washington until 1847 when the Whitmans were killed by Native Americans.

The Oregon Trail: Fort Bridger. One of the most important outfitting points for emigrants along the Oregon Trail.

The Oregon Trail: Fort Bridger. One of the most important outfitting points for emigrants along the Oregon Trail.

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To see the wagon ruts left behind by the pioneers on the Oregon Trail. A thoroughfare to what the settlers hoped was a better life.

National Frontier Trails Center, Independence, Missouri interprets four historic Trails: Lewis and Clark, Santa Fe, California & Oregon.

National Frontier Trails Center, Independence, Missouri interprets four historic Trails: Lewis and Clark, Santa Fe, California Oregon.

Scotts Bluff on their way west on the Emigrant Trail to Oregon, and later California and Utah. Wagon trains used the bluff as a major landmark for navigation. The trail passed through Mitchell Pass, a gap in the bluffs flanked by two large cliffs. Passage through Mitchell Pass became a significant milestone for many wagon trains on their way westward.

Scotts Bluff on their way west on the Emigrant Trail to Oregon, and later California and Utah. Wagon trains used the bluff as a major landmark for navigation. The trail passed through Mitchell Pass, a gap in the bluffs flanked by two large cliffs. Passage through Mitchell Pass became a significant milestone for many wagon trains on their way westward.

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Feel the True West at The Ranch at Rock Creek, Montana - eXtravaganzi

The “Oregon Trail” in Sweetwater County (and much of Wyoming) is actually four National Historic Trails in one corridor— Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, California and Pony Express.

Oregon National Historic Trail, Missouri to Oregon - The “Oregon Trail” in Sweetwater County (and much of Wyoming) is actually four National Historic Trails in one corridor— Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, California and Pony Express.

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