Most pioneers did not use conestoga wagons, that's a Hollywood myth. The majority used their farm wagons which were much smaller.
They carried what they needed- food, a few sets of clothing per person, tools, and maybe a few personal posessions if they had room for them.
they brought things from food to clothing. the children brought dolls and games such as pin the tail on the donkey. they brought tools, cooking materials and livestock with no might so they will get stronger along the way!
The pioneers brought their belongings with them when they moved out west. They also brought food, water and animals.
what were pioneers looking for as they headed westward
they had to self-sufficient very quick or will not survive
Middle passage is the sea journey undertaken by slave ships. This happened from West Africa to the West Indies.
They waited because if they started in summer then they would'nt have enough time to get to Oregon Country before winter. If they started in winter they would have to go through all the harsh conditions, so spring is just the right time.
Just like us today
to keep them warm
There were rivers, dieseases, lack of food, rattlesnakes, and more.
short but dangerous journey to freedom
The Indian chief sent a party of marauders to harass the pioneers as they crossed Indian territory on their journey west.
The duration of Pioneers of the West is 3360.0 seconds.
If a pioneer was moving out west they would have to bring everything they could possibly need with them. Since there were no stores or shops in the wilderness, pioneers had to bring their food, building supplies, hunting supplies, and everything else with them.
Hazards experienced by many travelers on their journey west: Lack of food, water, or weapons, disease (cholera was common), sickness, weather problems, raids, and trouble with Native Americans.
Pioneers of the West was created on 1940-03-12.