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Cecilia Jaconetti - Irresistible Co.
Oregon Trail Endangered
I have spent years traveling overland trails in the West; some might say I have an obsession for traveling three miles an hour in a covered wagon. During the past 20 years I have been able to follow the routes to Oregon and California, and the Mormon Pioneer Trail in Utah. I have traveled the …
Fun with Buffalo Dung - Even after the Oregon Trail era, settlers in Nebraska used buffalo and cow dung to cook with—because the dried chips burned so well. If you think frisbees were invented in the 1960s, you're wrong--by about a hundred years. Children on the Oregon Trail threw frisbee-like devices back in the mid-1800s. But they weren't made of plastic--they were made of buffalo dung.During the great western migration, the entire Great Plains region was covered with buffalo chips