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Children of the westward trail

by Rebecca Stefoff

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Millbrook Press in Brookfield, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Pioneer children -- West (U.S.) -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.) -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Pioneers.,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.),
    • West (U.S.) -- History -- Juvenile literature.,
    • West (U.S.) -- History.

    • About the Edition

      Describes what life was like for those children who were uprooted from their midwestern homes and transported by their families across the frontier in wagons and on horseback.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 91-92) and index.

      StatementRebecca Stefoff.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF596 .S827 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. :
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL795201M
      ISBN 101562945823
      LC Control Number95031040

      In , writer Rebecca Stetoff based a nonfiction book for young readers, Children of the Westward Trail, on Masterson's diary. Illustrated with period photographs and drawings, it has been used as reading for Oregon schoolchildren in courses about the settlement of the American West and Oregon history.   Westward expansion, the 19th-century movement of settlers into the American West, began with the Louisiana Purchase and was fueled by the Gold Rush, the Oregon Trail and a .

        The trail was opened in , and by more than 3, migrants had made the arduous journey. After the coming of the railroad, the trail fell into disuse and was finally abandoned in the s. Major U.S. route to the Northwest in the 1 9th century.   Tribe meets white man for the first time - Original Footage (1/5) - Duration: watching the earth Recommended for you.

      Children, especially, are captivated by tails of cowboys, Lewis and Clark, and the search for gold during the California Gold Rush. Now, the Westward Expansion-True Books series has provided a broad overview of the Wild West and its different time periods. This unique collection is comprised of six books, each with a balanced mixture of both.   The wilderness. It was a brutal force, a powerful magnet drawing Boone away from the woman he loved and the children he fathered into the savage unknown. Rebecca Boone watched him go and waited for his return her heart aching and filled with passion the dream of a promised land turned into a nightmare of personal torment as the lone frontiersman blazed his way along the .


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Children of the Westward Trail book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Drawn from the diaries, letters, and journals of families w /5. Westward Expansion for Kids Top Selected Products and Reviews This is a great children's book that gets right to the nitty gritty with easily understood information.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Oregon Trail and Westward Expansion: A History Perspectives Book (Perspectives Library)/5(4).

Get this from a library. Children of the westward trail. [Rebecca Stefoff] -- Describes what life was like for those children who were uprooted from their midwestern homes and transported by their families across the frontier in wagons and on horseback.

Children of the Westward Trail (eBook): Stefoff, Rebecca: Describes what life was like for those children who were uprooted from their midwestern homes and transported by their families across the frontier in wagons and on horseback.

Westward Expansion Book List. Explore uncharted territory in the American frontier Children of the westward trail book the characters in these historical fiction books. Along with each book you can find free teaching resources, such as lesson plans, extension activities, book talks and discussion questions at Created by Scholastic Teacher Consultant Michelle Higgins, an elementary school teacher in New Jersey.

The Westward Movement and Children's Literature. Grades 3 - 7 The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich. Novel. pages. Find this book: Amazon This is a great story through which the Native American culture during the Westward Expansion of the United States is realistically and sympathetically portrayed.

Description: This book relays the factual details of the Oregon Trail and the United States' westward expansion in the s. The narrative provides multiple accounts of the event, and readers learn details through the point of view of a pioneer, a Native American in a territory crossed by the trail, and a U.S.

soldier at a government outpost. Kids on the Trail What was life like for pioneer children on the Oregon Trail. Many children made the five month trek west with their families. It's estimated t of the emigrants were children.

Many children were sad to leave home, and worried they would never see or hear from their grandparents, cousins, and friends again. They also File Size: KB. Heartwood Hotel: Home Again, by Kallie George | Book Review Ap Speed Interview with Iris Argaman, Author of Bear and Fred: A World War II Story Ap Learn to Draw with Christopher Eliopoulos, Illustrator of The Yawns Are Coming.

Great children's chapter book for a unit study about the Oregon Trail. The Oregon Trail is a very important portion of history in the founding of the West. Books like West to Oregon with Ollie Ox allow kids to experience the trail firsthand, through the eyes of a friendly ox, in order to learn more about it.

The Sager orphans (sometimes referred to as the Sager children) were the children of Henry and Naomi Sager. In April the Sager family took part in the great westward migration and started their journey along the Oregon it, both Henry and Naomi died and left their seven children orphaned.

What was the Westward Expanion. Hisotyr comes alive as they learn about the oregon trail, pony express, gold rush, transcontinental railroad, and more with printables and activities like making a covered wagon, homemade crackers, how to square dance, pan for gold, and make a railroad project.

Civil War for Kids We have recommendations for mapping and visiting famous battle sights nearby. Learn about the perils for the pioneers on The Oregon Trail. This 'True Book' explains to young readers why people took the often dangerous journey along the trail, what was the 'Brown Gold Rush' and other TRUE facts that will shock and amaze you!.

Features photos and helpful, colorful visuals. 48 pages with glossary and index. Grades Part of the Scholastic 'A True Book' : Paperback. You will also find great westward expansion books and free printables for homeschoolers. Dangers of Traveling West on the Oregon Trail We discussed the dangers of heading West – bandits, snakeroot poisonous for cows (which if not caught people would drink in their milk), exhaustion, and the length of the trip – it took several months.

Kentucky, Elizabeth Martin has mourned her husband's death for three years, but now she feels ready to fulfill the dream they had shared-to take their two children west.

The dream becomes reality when her middle-aged parents and bachelor brother surprise her with the news that they want to go as well. Westward Hearts, Homeward on the Oregon Trail Series #1 () by Melody Carlson/5(7). A month later, the family, including their six children: J Fr Catherine 9, Elizabeth 7, Matilda 5, and Louisa 3 years old, crossed the Missouri River and started out on the 2,mile journey along the Oregon Trail.

The wagon train included people in 72 covered wagons. Children learned to cook, bake, make soap and candles, sew and spin. "Young children did household chores together and then around the age of 9 or 10 they started to work in the field - boys and Author: Kristina Lanier.

* CHILDREN OF THE COVERED WAGON (westward movement) * Children of the Westward Trail (an information-packed book with actual * Children of the wild West (Freedman)--non-fiction * Children of The Wild West. Other books in this same series are excellent resources, too.

If you're studying Westward Ho or The Oregon Trail, your kids will love these resources to round out a study. Oregon Trail Homeschool History Resources – Homeschool Giveaways Homeschool History Resources The Oregon Trail Related posts:Wouldn't say. Westward Expansion- Children’s Book.

In this assignment, you will create an illustrated book about Westward Expansion and Manifest Destiny. Your book will focus on the territories examined in this unit (Texas, California, New Mexico, and Oregon) and your story will focus on how America acquired the land.

Westward Hearts - Ebook written by Melody A. Carlson. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Westward Hearts/5(11).These adventurers traveled in caravans, with 30 or more wagons rocking westward on the overland trails. On fine days a wagon train could cover 20 miles (32 kilometers); when the rains brought mud, the pioneers would be satisfied to cover half that distance.

To learn more about the journey west, read Joshua's Oregon Trail diary.