The Oregon Trail
The Oregon Trail was the most famous trail ever; here are four webpages where you can go to learn more about that trail.
Across the Plains in 1864
This is the story of Anna Dell Clinkinbeard's great-great-grandfather's family who crossed the plains in a covered wagon in 1864.
Although this is a commercial site it is a good refrence page with much information about the old west.
SchoolHouseRock has many fun songs, find the one about how the pioneers wanted more "Elbow Room"! in the section on America.
Natchez Trace National Science Trail
This is a page of information about the important Natchez Trace trail.
This page from PBS explains Westward Expansion.
It is probably on a high school level. Go to this link and scroll down for the correct section.
See exhibits from a musuem.
Here you can find information on trails such as the Oregon Trail and on Westward Expansion.
This page tells about villians of the old west and other good links.
Johnny Appleseed was a pioneer that planted apple trees all over Ohio.
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