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Daily Life in A Covered Wagon

Erickson, Paul (Book - 1994 )
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Daily Life in A Covered Wagon
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Authors: Erickson, Paul, 1976-
Title: Daily life in a covered wagon
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Preservation Press, c1994
Characteristics: 48 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,33 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Paul Erickson
Notes: Includes index
Contents: Going West
The Family
The Wagon
Inside the wagon
Daybreak
Hitching up the wagon
Rolling the train
On the trail
Landmarks on the trail
Tribes of the West
Indian country
Hunting
Children's activities
Nooning
Mishaps
Crossing a river
Disaster
Stopping at a fort
A Special day
Sickness and death
Setting up camp
Entertainment
Oregon at last
The Wagon in time
ISBN: 0891332456
0140562125
Branch Call Number: j 978 E68d
Subject Headings: West (U.S.) Description and travel Juvenile literature West (U.S.) Social life and customs Juvenile literature Overland journeys to the Pacific Juvenile literature Frontier and pioneer life West (U.S.) Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Overland journeys to the Pacific
Frontier and pioneer life
LCCN: 93045938
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The Larkin family featured in this book is fictional, but the details about day to to day life on the trail are accurate. Learn how emigrants hitched their wagons, Native American tribes they encountered along the trail and what supplies were needed along the Oregon trail.

Drawing on diaries and letters, and illustrated with photos of actual objects from the past, "Daily Life in a Covered Wagon" explores what life was really like on the wagon train.


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