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PEDDUK - the shelter system in action! One set-up of endless options. Poncho, bivi, tarp, shelter, hammock quilt...

PEDDUK – the shelter system in motion! One set-up of countless choices. Poncho, bi… – It’s All About Camping

The 1842 Great Emigration begins. The first of 3 wagon trains of settlers and cattle set off down the Oregon Trail.

The 1842 Great Emigration begins. The first of 3 wagon trains of settlers and cattle set off down the Oregon Trail. stating that some made the journey through Idaho even earlier.

Ezra Meeker 1830-1928
Mountain man, Trapper, Guide,
Before his death in 1928, just a few days shy of his 98th birthday, Ezra Meeker had not only walked the Oregon Trail several times, he'd ridden along it in an automobile and aboard a train, and flown over it in an airplane: he'd come a long way, and for many his story symbolized the opportunities that had been available on the frontier.

mtn man & early pioneer who traveled the Oregon Trail by wagon as a young man. Beginning in his he worked tirelessly to memorialize the trail, repeatedly retracing the trip of his youth.

Wagon Train pushing across the western prairies of the United States on their…

Our grandmother (Wood family) traveled from Missouri by Wagon Train heading west -

Outlaw Trail

Outlaw Trail

wagon trains | The Oregon Trail Wagon Train / A Six Month Journey

History inspiration (wagon trains): The Oregon Trail wagon train, a six-month journey.

JESSE CHISHOLM... bi-racial  Cherokee trader, founded the route across Indian Territory into Kansas that became a famous cattle trail, the Chisholm Trail. These trail-rides came up from Texas through Oklahoma, Shackelford men saw and talked about them all the time.

Jesse Chisholm, half-breed Cherokee trader who founded the route across Indian Territory into Kansas that became a famous cattle trail, the Chisholm Trail. (my great grandfather drove his cattle North along the Chisholm Trail from Yoakum, Texas)

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