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What is a conastoga wagon?

A Conestoga wagon is a large freight type wagon pull by horses or oxen. They were used to move families across the nation in the western expansion. They were constructed in Conestoga, PA.

What is life like on a covered wagon?

Life on a covered wagon was difficult. Dust covered the wagons from traveling on dirt roads. Life on the covered wagon could also be dangerous.

What sturdy vehicle covered with white canvas was used by the pioneers to move west?

Pioneers traveled west using Conestoga wagons. They also used the prairie schooners because they schooners were smaller, lighter, more maneuverable.. They also provided shelter and protection.

How much weight can a covered wagon carry?

A properly made Conestoga Wagon could carry as much as 12,000 pounds of cargo. The main issue for the wagon was not its capability. It was the horses or oxen to pull it.

How did the railroad facilitate population growth in the interior of the country?

I assume the question is about North America? Before the railroad spanned the East coast to the West coast, it would take between 3 and 6 months for a horse drawn wagon train to complete the journey. Many did, but many didn't complete the hazardous journey with many dying on the way.Obviously not everyone went coast to coast, with many leaving the wagon trains to settle along the routes. There where several routes opened up by intrepid pioneers.By comparison, depending on where you begin and where you end your journey, nowadays, the 3,000 mile coast-to-coast train ride takes 3 nights, without stopovers.

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Where is the New Pioneer Wagon Train Incorporated in Moran Wyoming located?

The address of the New Pioneer Wagon Train Incorporated is: Po Box 411, Moran, WY 83013-0411

What is the pioneer way of traveling?

Traveling afoot, many pioneers spread out across America. Others rode mules, horses, or bought a wagon and joined up with a wagon train. Back then, the Cadillac of wagons was the Conestoga wagon.

The nickname for pioneer wagon was?

Covered Wagon Prairie Schooner

Who invented a wagon train?

In 1749 the first wagon train was invented.

What are the release dates for Wagon Train - 1957 The Wagon Train Mutiny 6-1?

Wagon Train - 1957 The Wagon Train Mutiny 6-1 was released on: USA: 19 September 1962

When was The Haunted Wagon Train created?

The Haunted Wagon Train was created in 2007.

What was the great migration wagon train?

It was the wagon train of 1843 that traveled from Missouri to Oregon.

How many pages does Wagon Train to the Stars have?

Wagon Train to the Stars has 352 pages.

When was Wagon Train to the Stars created?

Wagon Train to the Stars was created in 2000-06.

How did the pioneer people travel?

wagon, walking, waterways

What is a wagon train?

A wagon train is a number of horse drawn wagons travelling together for safety.

What is wagon train?

A wagon train is a number of horse drawn wagons travelling together for safety.