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Along the Oregon Trail

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"Along the Oregon Trail" is a film directed by R. G. Springsteen released on Aug 30, 1947.

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Google previewAmerican Economic History: A Dictionary and Chronology (2015)

A Dictionary and Chronology by James S. Olson, Abraham O. Mendoza

Along the Oregon Trail were Fort Laramie in what is today Wyoming, the South Pass of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Bridger, Fort Hall on the Snake River, and then the Columbia River. Tens of thousands of American settlers followed the Oregon ...

Google previewBelligerents, Brinkmanship, and the Big Stick: A Historical Encyclopedia of American Diplomatic Concepts (2009)

A Historical Encyclopedia of American Diplomatic Concepts by John M. Dobson

streaming west along the Oregon Trail, and politicians fervently debated the question of who owned or should own Oregon. A key issue in the 1844 presidential election campaign was whether the United States should transform its joint ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Nebraska (1999)

by Nancy Capace

Eroding rock column rising nearly 500' above plain; landmark and campsite for travelers along the Oregon Trail (see also Oregon Trail); described often in pioneer journals. State. Bridgeport vicinity. CAMP CLARKE ...

Google previewThe Princeton Encyclopedia of American Political History. (Two volume set) (2009)

by Michael Kazin, Rebecca Edwards, Adam Rothman

Missionaries from the United States began work in the Willamette Valley in 1834, and settlers soon followed along the Oregon Trail. American settlers created a provisional government in 1843, and it functioned as the civil government until ...

Google previewDisasters and Tragic Events: An Encyclopedia of Catastrophes in American History [2 volumes] (2014)

by Mitchell Newton-Matza

Initially, the party planned to follow the main wagon train route to California, north along the Oregon Trail and then southwest along the California Trail. However, propaganda letters spread around travelers by Lansford Hastings, an earlier ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Reformed Churches (1999)

by Benedetto, Guder, Mckim

The Whitmans, and co-workers Henry and Eliza Spalding, traveled overland along the Oregon Trail to the Northwest. Narcissa Whitman conducted a school at the Waiilatpu Mission, near Walla Walla, Washington, and cared for homeless ...

Google previewThe International Geographic Encyclopedia and Atlas (1979)

by Fernando de Mello Vianna

and the thousands of graves along the Oregon Trail give an indication of the toll taken by disease, starvation, Indian attacks, and winter snows. Despite the hardships, telegraph stations ...

Google previewThe Concise Princeton Encyclopedia of American Political History (2011)

by Michael Kazin, Rebecca Edwards, Adam Rothman

Missionaries from the United States began work in the Willamette Valley in 1834, and settlers soon followed along the Oregon Trail. American settlers created a provisional government in 1843, and it functioned as the civil government until ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Minorities in American Politics: Hispanic Americans and Native Americans (2000)

by Jeffrey D. Schultz

For the next 30-plus years, the Hudson Bay Company controlled the Northwest Coast; the company's control ended when the overland migration of Americans along the Oregon Trail tilted possessory rights in favor of the United States. (MRC ) ...

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