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The Oregon pioneers were from Missouri and they travel 2000 miles to Oregon.
Three important facts about the Oregon pioneers are they came to Oregon for a new life, they traveled from Missouri to Oregon and most of them died during the trip.
Three hardships that the Oregon pioneers faced were they had to suffer though bad weather on their trip to Oregon, they got horrible diseases like measles and cholera and they did not have a lot of necessary supplies on their trip.
Moving west helped the Oregon Pioneers beacuse they got more farm land and could have a fresh start on life.
Two ways the Oregon pioneers' decision to move west affected others were they took some supplies from people that may have needed them because a heavy winter was coming and the decision made families separate to look for supplies.
What do you think was the main reason the pioneers traveled to Oregon?
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