|Portion of title
||Wagon train adventure
||My place in history
Arnéz, Lynda. My place in history. UNAUTHORIZED
||Jumping off -- Leaving more behind -- The work on the trail -- Accident! -- Bison sighting -- A friendly trade -- Bread and butter -- The hardest part -- Looking ahead.
||Shortly after the birth of the United States, many people headed west to settle the new territory of the frontier. They journeyed by wagon for months on end and faced bad weather, sickness, and fears of hostile Native Americans. Historians know a lot about these wagon train journeys because of the many diaries kept by travelers! Readers meet a young wagon train traveler and, through this first-person account, learn about life on the Oregon Trail.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (page 23) and index.|
|ISBN||9781482440041 (library binding)|
|Stock number||1399772 QBI|