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Who Traveled The Oregon Trail : America: Promised Land: Migrants Travel West on the Oregon Trail | History

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Who Traveled The Oregon Trail

America: Promised Land: Migrants Travel West on the Oregon Trail | History

America: Promised Land: Migrants Travel West on the Oregon Trail | History

Over 400,000 people travel West to start a new life and claim new land along the Oregon Trail, including Lucinda Brown. One-hundred seventy years later, one of her descendants sees a kettle from her journey for the first time. #AmericaPromisedLand

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America: Promised Land
Season 1
Episode 1
America: Promised Land

“America: Promised Land” chronicles the massive immigration patterns of ethnic groups to the United States, anchored by interviews with descendants of ancestors and geographical imagery that showcases the history of how America was populated.

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13 Comments

  1. Can you imagine the courage it takes to move your family across the Oregon Trail and not know that even though the Holy Road, the Indians name for the Oregon Trail, meaning not to touch anyone going over it. You still might not make it. Lol

  2. I'm doing a presentation about the Oregon Trail. I never knew that Lucinda brown was one of them to be on the trail. This video has lots of good information!

  3. I'm doing a social studies project i chose this topic. I'm doing parts like why it was dangerous such as disease mountain ranges and rivers

  4. How about calling it what it is… definitely "for the taking"… since you robbed the Natives for literally EVERYTHING,including their history, and future.

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