One of the things I learned was that the pilgrims traveled to Ohio. They traveled in covered wagons. The sick rode and the healthy walked. This is one fact I know about the history of the United States of America. History is very hard to learn but it is very fun when you get the hang of it.
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This week I learned that the pioneers were given free land if they settled out west so they packed their things and went out west to claim the land. One place a lot of people went was Oregon. The children sometimes had to leave all their belongings besause they traveled in wagons and there wasn't a lot or room.
First I learned about some history is different. If history was all the same it would be boring. When I have learned so far is pioneers life. They had to travel two thousand miles.just to get free land
I've learned from this week that the pioneers went from Missouri to Oregon in a rough journey.I have also learned about the Mississppi steamboats and how they carry goods.This makes history unique because we could see how the U.S.A came to be.It helps us gain more knowledge in how now we have technology and back the we didn't.I also makes us proud to be a american.
I learned that the pioneers traveled from Missouri to Ohio. The sick people rode in a covered wagon. The more younger and healthier people walked. They were in the covered wagon when they slept.
I was wrong. It was not Ohio. Pioneers actually traveled from Missouri to Oregon using the Oregon Trail. It took about 4 to 6 weeks to travel this distance. The ends of one type of wagon were higher than the middle with a cover making it a covered wagon. The covered wagon was used to carry sick & tired or injured people. Animals such as horses and cows were used to pull the wagon. Traveling along the Oregon Trail was hard and dangerous for the Pioneers.
Pilgrims an d Pioneers traveled in wagons pulled by horses. they traveled 2000 miles on the Organ Trail which is a bumpy road. they brought all there animals. Plus kids had to leave behind mot of their toys and cloths. I think it would be hard to live that way and I feel bad for the kids who had to walk.
The pilgrims and pioneers traveled on covered wagons. They went from Missouri to Oregon.The Mississippi steamboats used steam to move.
History helps us think of how the people moved from place to place in the old times.
What I have learned this week in class is the Pioneers and the Pilgrims traveled in wagons or covered wagons pulled by horses. The healthy adults or kids would walk and the sick or ill would sit in the wagons. They traveled two thousand miles from the state of Missouri to Oregon. History helps us compare the old days to the present.
This week I learned that pioneers struggled on there way to Oregon. The ill had to travel on the wagon. The healthy had to walk 2000 miles. These facts of the USA can teach us about the past.
This week I learned that the pioneers were offered free land and their busnissis were going outlike a light bulb.But heres what really gets me is the helthey had to walk 2,000 mieles to Oragon.Also The ill had to ride a bumpy ride to orgon. Another thing I learned is our food was ounce carried by a boat.
This week I learned that pioneers traveled to Oregon. They traveled 2,000 miles to get there. I also learned that healthy pioneers walked that 2,000 miles and the ill rode it. It was also very hard for them with bumpy roads.
I learned that pioneers went to Missouri to Oregon.They road in covered wagons but walking was better.The sick people road in the wagons and the others walked 2,000 miles!When they arrived the free land was given to them and their animals.They were happy and I bet glad for such a beautiful,majestic,and nice land for familys' and lonely people.
I learned that in history there are alot of cool things that teach us. One thing is that pioneers walked to Oregon on feet in the past. I also learned that in the past people used Mississippi steamboats to move things to another place.