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The Oregon Trail By Francis Parkman Jr.
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This is the famous book written by noted American historian Francis Parkman. It details his early travels through the Rocky Mountains and his living with the Indians.
A Tale of the Oregon Trail By Carolyn R Scheidies
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Travel the Oregon Trail with Sara, her younger brother and her parents, as they head west from Boston, ride down the Missouri River and follow the Great Platte River Road in an adventure of a... More > lifetime to fulfill their dream to settle in Oregon. (Fiction)< Less
A Tale of the Oregon Trail By Carolyn R Scheidies
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Travel the Oregon Trail with Sara, her younger brother and her parents, as they head west from Boston, ride down the Missouri River and follow the Great Platte River Road in an adventure of a... More > lifetime to fulfill their dream to settle in Oregon. (Fiction)< Less
A Tale of the Oregon Trail By Carolyn R Scheidies
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Travel the Oregon Trail with Sara, her younger brother and her parents, as they head west from Boston, ride down the Missouri River and follow the Great Platte River Road in an adventure of a... More > lifetime to fulfill their dream to settle in Oregon. (Fiction)< Less
American Trails Revisited-The Oregon Trail By Lyn Wilkerson
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This first installment of the American Trails Revisited series is an excerpt from our full publication, "American Trails Revisited", produced in 2003. This excerpt drives the trail from... More > St. Louis, Missouri, to Astoria, Oregon, examining not only the main trail, but all of its alternate branches as well. The highway signage that you would expect to see when you are driving is included, so there is less confusion when the route changes its host highway. Please enjoy the rich history and entertaining stories which lay along his hallowed route across the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.< Less
American Trails Revisited-The Oregon Trail By Lyn Wilkerson
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This first installment of the American Trails Revisited series is an excerpt from our full publication, "American Trails Revisited", produced in 2003. This excerpt drives the trail from... More > St. Louis, Missouri, to Astoria, Oregon, examining not only the main trail, but all of its alternate branches as well. The highway signage that you would expect to see when you are driving is included, so there is less confusion when the route changes its host highway. Please enjoy the rich history and entertaining stories which lay along his hallowed route across the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.< Less
From Plymouth Rock to the Oregon Trail By Hallie Garner
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This book covers the ancestry of Mayflower Descendant Kezziah Cole and her descendants through the 4th generation. Kezziah Cole's family came from New England to Southwest Virginia. She married... More > Richard Williams, descendant of a Pennsylvania Quaker family. Though they lived in Wythe and Smyth Counties in Virginia, most of their descendants left the area, particularly on down the Holston River into Tennessee. Some of their grandchildren were on the Oregon Trail. Many documents included.< Less
God Helped Me Survive the Oregon Trail By Vanessa Carvo
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God Helped Me Survive the Oregon Trail, is a wonderful, emotional, Christian romance novel set in the 1850s along the trail through the prairies and on a ranch at the end of the journey. A woman and... More > her husband escape from Cholera-ridden New York City, after selling all that they own and buying two horses and a covered wagon. They start out for the Midwest--somewhere--having no idea where they will eventually end up. Something happens along the way and one of them struggles to survive, with only their diminishing faith in God to sustain them. This is a book to cry and laugh with, and enjoy the triumph of the human spirit over adversity but also, to relish the love of God and family and children.< Less
Pacific Crest Trail Guide Series - Oregon By K. Scott Parks
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1st Edition - November 1, 2015 The Pacific Crest Trail Guide Series is a complete and concise set of topographic maps created with digitized base maps covering every step of the 2,650 mile trail from... More > Mexico to Canada. The most current data available! Completely verified and updated from 6,255 audio notes and 631,230 GPS points collected during authors 2nd hike of the Pacific Crest Trail. Features: + 1:31860 scale, 11" x 8.5", spiral bound, 200/40 foot contours + 322 full color, digitized topographic maps + Beautiful 3D hill shading + Highly detailed elevation chart on each map + Decimal degrees latitude/longitude and UTM Grids + Meta data for each section, climate, roads, etc + Section overview maps with elevations + Resupply locations within 90 miles of map center + Over 2,400 resupply, water, trail junction, camp site, etc, locations All 5 Pacific Crest Trail Guide Series volumes are: Southern California, Central California, Northern California, Oregon and Washington.< Less
Oregon Dream By John Adams
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Ted Stone is an EMT with the Richmond, Virginia, fire department in 2001. His girlfriend is Abby and his partner is Beth. In his dreams, he is Theodore Stone traveling from Missouri to Oregon in... More > 1866 along the famous Oregon Trail while pretending to be a doctor. His traveling companion is Abigail and his mid-wife assistant is Elizabeth. His two worlds collide as events in one century begin to parallel events in the other century, and Ted must decide which century he prefers to live. With the exception of the main characters, the book is an historically accurate account of life on the Oregon Trail as settlers migrated to the West Coast following the Civil War. Persons, places, and events are factual. So are the issues of slavery, race, and women's rights.< Less

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