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Q: What was one problem with driving cattle along the cattle trails from Texas to Missouri?
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When was the Chisholm trail made?

Somewhere around 1860, after the the trails into Missouri were closed and cattle drives were directed into Kansas.


Describe the role of the cattle trails in the late 19th centyry?

describe the role of the cattle trails in the late 19th century


Where are the cattle trails located?

Cattle trails were commonly found in the 19th century in the western United States, particularly in states like Texas, Kansas, and Nebraska. These trails were used to drive cattle from ranches to railheads for transportation to markets. Many of these historic cattle trails have since been incorporated into modern roads and highways.


Who traveled on cattle trails to sell their cattle to markets?

Ranch hands on horseback


Are there any interesting facts about Texas cattle trails?

cattle was sold for 40$


What is the name of one of the cattle trails cowboys used to travel with their cattle?

drag


What was the purpose of the cattle trails?

If by trails you mean cattle drives, the purpose was to move large herds of cattle to the nearest railroad stop so the cattle could be shipped to other parts of the country, usually larger cities in the east.


List five cattle drive trails in the US?

The three great cattle trails include the western trail, the Chisholm trail and the goodnight loving trail.


What were the three main cattle trails during the cattle kingdom?

Chisolm Trail is one.


What were the cattle trails in Oklahoma?

East Shawnee Trail


How did the cattle trails and the long drives change the cattle industry?

I don't think it was the cattle trails themselves that changed the industry, it was more or less the building of the railroads, more pioneers taking over the land, and barbed wire that changed the cattle industry as a whole.


What was the purpose of the trails?

If by trails you mean cattle drives, the purpose was to move large herds of cattle to the nearest railroad stop so the cattle could be shipped to other parts of the country, usually larger cities in the east.