|LC Classifications||F593 .B788 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||85227487|
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living while traveling with a wagon train. The purpose of this research was to study the costume of the A,nerican family who traveled the Oregon Trail, passing Scotts Bluff on the way to Oregon, between the years and This study dealt specifically with. The Lost Rescue, Parallel Diaries of the Advance Party from the Lost Wagon Train of written by Daniel Owen, a descendant of members from the Lost Wagon Train, is available through Luper Cemetery, Inc. for $15 plus shipping when necessary. Proceeds from sales of the book will be used to maintain the cemetery. Softcover Comb Bound Book: An Authentic Wagon Train Journal of From Indiana to California Measures 8 1/2" x 6" - 79 + pages - Dated - Privately PublishedSeller Rating: % positive. Diary of Helen Stewart / by Helen Marnie Stewart (), sister of Agnes Stewart Warner. Oregon: Lane County Pioneer-Historical Society, 30p. NOTE: One of the members of the “Lost Wagon Train.” [Ore Stewa] Diary of John Joseph Callison: Oregon Trail Oregon: Lane County Pioneer Historical Society, 10p.