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Trails West: devoted to promoting web sites that have content about trappers, freighting, pioneer, or emigrant trails of the westward movement. Also: sites that have content about that westward movement. Examples: methods of transportation: stage coaches, Conestoga wagons, prairie schooners, and steam engines; mountain men, pioneers, explorers, outlaws, life styles, women, diaries, forts and settlements, military actions, also modern sites and sights in or near western historical places.
 

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   History Of A Pioneer Family Preview Go
This is the story of the Courtney family's travels from Ohio to Minnesota, to Iowa, and finally to Oregon and Washington by wagon train in 1868. It was written by Florence Courtney Melton in 1923. She was the younger sister of my great grandmother Sarah Jane Courtney Houk.
   Pioneers of Eastern California Preview Go
Located on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, in Mono County and Inyo County California, is a remote rugged area settled by miners, merchants, farmers, and ranchers. These pages cover the genealogy, biography and history of the pioneers who lived here anytime between 1840 and 1900.
   Horse Trails of 'Colorful' Colorado Preview Go
A series of comb binded books containing trail's name, location, length, level of difficulty, elevation, general trail descriptions and map included. Numerous colored & black/white pictures illustrate parking areas, terrain and obstacles associated with each trail.


   Colorado's Cherokee Trail Preview Go
Take a trip back in time - to the early 18th & 19th centuries - and travel the Cherokee Trail up the front range of the Colorado Rockies.
   Virginia Dale Stage Station Preview Go
Visit Virginia Dale, the only stage station still intact on the Overland Trail. Built in 1862 by the infamous Jack Slade for Ben Holladay, the "Stagecoach King."






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