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  • _FrancisFrancis Parkman profile.jpg18231893An American historian. The Oregon Trail (1847) The Conspiracy of Pontiac (1851) Vassall Morton (1856) The Pioneers
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  • regiment of Oregon militia, for services rendered and supplies furnished to suppress Indian hostilities on the southern Oregon emigrant trail, 1854. Resolved
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  • these are the accounts of Quivira, of Louisiana, of the Santa Fe and Oregon Trails, of the Overland commerce, of the unique Indian occupancy and the extinguishment
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  • life. His first publication was an account of this journey, called The Oregon Trail. His historical writings have been chiefly connected with the French
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  • indispensable to this Nation's progress. From Plymouth and Jamestown to the Oregon Trail and the Great Plains, women of strength and determination helped fashion
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  • will immediately proceed with your company, along the southern Oregon immigrant trail, to some suitable point near Clear lake or on Lost river, in the
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  • Oregon Trail Organic Act (See Kansas-Nebraska Bill.) Orion Oro County Oronoque Osage City Osage County Osage Mission (See Missions.) Osage Trail Osawatomie
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  • invoked history and exploration: “From the voyages of Columbus – to the Oregon Trail – to the journey to the Moon itself – history proves that we have never
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  • and file, for the protection of the immigration on the southern Oregon immigrant trail. As soon as seventy men have enrolled for this service they will
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  • series of historical narratives. His publications are “The California and Oregon Trail” (New York, 1849); “The Conspiracy of Pontiac” (Boston, 1851); “Pioneers
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  • Overland Trail through southern Wyoming (the route in general followed by Ashley in 1825) began to supplant in large measure the Oregon Trail. This soon
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  • the Jesuits in the Flathead country (1840). The establishment of the Oregon trail through the country of the Nez Percés and allied tribes led (1849) to
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  • service with my company for upwards of three months on the southern Oregon immigrant trail, and being about to be discharged from the public service, I have
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  • `(3) OREGON NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL- `(A) STUDY REQUIRED- The Secretary of the Interior shall undertake a study of the routes of the Oregon Trail listed
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  • White was the only survivor of the 1843 wagon train present at the Oregon Trail celebration at Meacham, of which President Harding's address was the
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  • the preeminent spacefaring nation. From the voyages of Columbus to the Oregon Trail to the journey to the Moon itself: history proves that we have never
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  • miles to guide settlers. A few pioneers were beginning to pass over the Oregon trail; and Fremont was just describing Utah in the papers. It was not until
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  • Southern Rockies, giving a broad, relatively low pass utilized by the Oregon Trail in early days, and by the Union Pacific railway at a later period. The
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  • the southwest corner of the monument contains portions of the Oregon/California Trail, the region's main north/south travel route first established by
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  • established our ferry across the Elkhorn, and made our road, striking the old Oregon trail, as it was called, at the mouth of Ash Hollow; that is, we went up on
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