by Carol A. Johmann and Elizabeth J. Rieth
This fascinating action oriented book describes the choices and decisions the pioneers faced as they traveled to the American West and built settlements there.
Decisions, decisions! Every decision could mean life or death: Should you travel with 12 families or 100? Pull you wagon with oxen or mules? Replace worn shoes or buy a spare wagon wheel? Keep Ma's china or "leeverite"? Cross the river or rest the animals? Farm in Oregon Country or pan for gold in California? You decide!
It's wagons, ho as you travel the Oregon Trail, make true-to-life choices, use your ingenuity, and discover the true spirit of the American frontier. Join in the fun on a whirlwind trip across North America in the mid 1800s on canal boat, steamboat, railroad, and your own prairie schooner as you experience the American West as it was back then!
This book may be slightly damaged.
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