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The Oregon Trail

The Oregon Trail This site was created by the two educators responsible for the PBS award-winning documentary of the same name. It is designed specifically for both home-schoolers and teachers. Besides the trove of materials about the Oregon Trail it also offers a very comprehensive teaching
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The Oregon Trail


This site was created by the two educators responsible for the PBS award-winning documentary of the same name. It is designed specifically for both home-schoolers and teachers. Besides the trove of materials about the Oregon Trail it also offers a very comprehensive teaching guide, which even includes a Glossary—a truly worthwhile site.

Michael Trinklein, Idaho State University

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Shay Carpenter

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