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help123please.

  • one year ago

Did pioneers walk or ride their wagons while on the oregon trail? whY?

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  1. help123please.
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  3. AriPotta
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    both?

  4. help123please.
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    no; which one did they do? did they walk?

  5. AriPotta
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    they did both

  6. help123please.
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    or ride their wagons?

  7. help123please.
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    o

  8. help123please.
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    i must also list a website source

  9. help123please.
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    like wiki answers

  10. AriPotta
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    i am your website source. the great, almighty Holy Aardvark

  11. PSI
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    It depends on what gender and age the pioneer was, really. Obviously, if you were too old to walk, you would be inside of the covered wagon, and if you were too young, I.e. an infant or a toddler, you would also be writing in the wagon with the mother. With this said, the ride wasn't comfortable at all, since the trail wasn't even slightly paved in any way. The only reason people even knew the trail was there was because the trails were used over and over again, thus showing the path.

  12. help123please.
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    Lol L:D

  13. PSI
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    Most children and adults, of either gender, preferred to walk, however.

  14. help123please.
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    Oh. Why?

  15. PSI
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    Here's a nice website: http://www.blm.gov/or/oregontrail/education-kids-homework.php Honestly, all I said was in my brain :P

  16. AriPotta
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    psi would know, he was there

  17. help123please.
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    Lol.

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    :)

  19. help123please.
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    tnx u!

  20. PSI
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    lol, ari :P "Bumpy! The sturdy wagons had no springs, and the roads were not smooth paved roads but were full of potholes and rocks. Every time the big wheels rolled over a bump, everything in the wagon got bounced and jostled. The dirt roads were muddy when it rained, and dusty when it didn't rain. Most of the people walked, and only rode in the wagon when tired or sick." http://www.blm.gov/or/oregontrail/education-kids-homework.php

  21. help123please.
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    tnx u!!!!!

  22. help123please.
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    omg...thanks.

  23. Opcode
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    Sorry I was helping someone else :( Next time ;)

  24. help123please.
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    Sure. I have a few hundred thousand more to go:)

  25. help123please.
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    Lol.

  26. help123please.
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    JK, but I do have some more,

  27. help123please.
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    will u help?

  28. Opcode
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    Sure :3

  29. help123please.
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    tnx U!

  30. Opcode
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    I waiting?

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