Information on the histories of the trails used in the westward expansion of the United States.
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Oregon-California Trails Association
Nonprofit organization devoted to preserving and enjoying the history of the trails of the westward expansion used by 19th century pioneers. Listings of trail sites, graves, maps, and facts; trail stories; and information about modern treks, publications, genealogy, and other activities.
The Overland Trail
Information on The Overland Trail, established in 1862 by Ben Holladay, it went from Julesburg, CO to Ham's Fork, WY.
Smoky Hill Trail History
Brief history of the Smoky Hill Trail.
Utah Crossroads Chapter - Oregon-California Trails Association
Organization dedicated to preserving, studying, and marking the historic trails in Utah and other Western states, including the California Trail, Old Spanish Trail and Mormon Pioneer Trail.
Web de Anza
Provides visitors with documents and multimedia resources covering Juan Bautista de Anza's two overland expeditions from the Sonoran Desert to northern California.
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