Oregon Trail Links


1.This is the main site for our Oregon Trail Project.  There are 
links to 
project resources, as well as a project outline.
http://www.cyberbee.com/wwho/index.html

2. What do you know about the lives of pioneer children?  Test 
your 
knowledge with the wonderful PBS provided site.
http://pbskids.org/stantonanthony/frontier_girl.html

3. Trail Ledger.  Created by "Rodeo Rick" (Richard 
Rasmussen ) a long 
time trail blazer.  Also visit his Oregon Trail web site for more 
wonderful 
information, pictures, and ideas.
http://www.beacon-christian.org/OregonTrailSupplyLedger.xls

5.Historic Sites along the Oregon Trail.  "Clickable" 
interactive map.
http://www.isu.edu/%7Etrinmich/Sites.html

6.ShooFly Shae's Oregon Trail Site.
Lots of Links to Oregon Trail Information from the Greenwood 
School.  
This is a good place to find information on just about everything 
needed 
for the Oregon Trail Project.
http://courses.missouristate.edu/ckj271f/oregontrail.htm

9.Virtual Field Trip of the Oregon Trail
http://www.field-guides.com/ss/otrail/index.htm

10.Doctors, Remedies, and Cure on the Oregon Trail.
http://www.endoftheoregontrail.org/med1.html

11.Great Information can be found in the Westward Expansion 
section 
of this page.  Great for putting together your diary entries and 
answering 
Travel questions.
http://teachers.emints.org/mathysl/missouri.html#Westward%20Expansion

12.Covered Wagon Model building have you stuck in the mud?  Hop 
on 
over to this very informative site.  Model directions provided.
http://www.nps.gov/whmi/educate/ortrtg/12or4.htm

13. Covered Wagon Models building still not going well?  Yet 
another 
example is available on this page, with pattern and directions.
http://www.nps.gov/whmi/educate/ortrtg/12or5.htm

14.Home on The Trail- Learn about prairie schooners.
http://www.endoftheoregontrail.org/wagons.html

15. Learn more about plants and animals found along the Oregon 
Trail.  
Once you 'click' on the link below, scroll down the page until 
you see the 
section labeled p.27, plants and animals.  There are 3 additional 
links.
http://teacher.scholastic.com/professional/profbooks/technology/netexplorations/pioneers.htm

16. Among the first pioneers to enter the west were missionaries 
Marcus and Narcissa Whitman.  This web site provided by the 
Whitman 
Mission National Park provides recipes and additional links to 
Oregon 
Trail sites.
http://www.nps.gov/whmi/newsite/whitmans.htm

Old Faithful web cam
http://www.nps.gov/yell/oldfaithfulcam.htm

Hot Springs and Geysers
http://www.gigagraphica.com/geyser/grand/grand.html

St. Louis Gateway Arch- Interesting Quiz about the monument to 
westward 
expansion.  St. Louis is The Gateway to the West
http://www.gatewayarch.com/Arch/info/arch.fun.quiz.aspx

Chimney Rock, Nebraska- How long will it last?  Is the famous 
monument 
eroding away?
http://www.nebraskahistory.org/sites/rock/willitlast.htm

Fort Laramie- Take a virtual tour of this important trading and 
resting point 
along the trail.
http://www.nps.gov/archive/fola/tour.htm


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