The Mormon Pioneer Trail

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					The Mormon Pioneer Trail
      By: Kyle McLaughlin
            Where It Started
• The trail started in the Illinois.
• The trail ended in Utah.
• The trail was 1,200 miles long.
The States That The Trail Went
           Through
• The trail goes through Illinois, Iowa,
  Nebraska, Wyoming, and Utah.
    The Thing’s They Would Have To
            Bring With Them
•   Farming tools
•   Ox
•   A wagon
•   Tents
•   Blankets
•   Clothes
•   Food
  The Dangers Along The Trail
• Angry groups of people
• Buffalo stampedes
• Illnesses or accidents
Two Trials Encountered on This
             Trail
• Blizzards in the mountains and crossing
  the Platte River.
 A Person Known For Traveling
           This Trail
• Joseph Smith
• He led the Mormons from Missouri to
  Illinois.
• They built the city Nauvoo.
• The Mormons were not able to enjoy
  Nauvoo for long.
             Bibliography
• Dean, Arlan. The Mormon Pioneer Trail.
  New York: Power Kids Press, 2003.
• Wilson, Laura. How I survived the Oregon
  Trail. New York: A Beech Tree Paperback
  Book, 1999.

				
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