On to Oregon!: the story of a pioneer boy

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W. Morrow and Co., 1926 - Oregon National Historic Trail - 247 pages
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Based on the actual mid-nineteenth century journey by covered wagon of seven children through two thousand miles of wilderness and hardship from Missouri to Oregon .

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User Review  - Book_Shelter - LibraryThing

This story amazed me. Children now days are very sheltered in so many ways, and the idea that these children could go across the country and survive was unbelieveable. A story of great courage and determination. Also sad in so many ways. Read full review

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This became one of my favorite books when my 5th grade teacher read it to me. This is the true story of the Sager children who traveled the Oregon Trail alone. Young John Sager sets out on the trail as an irresponsible hoodlum and emerges as a great hero. This is a real tear jerker. Read full review


CHAPTER AG I The Beginning of the Trail
The North Platte
Fort Laramie

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