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Some American settlers moved to their new home on rafts, riverboats, or by boat on the Great Lakes.  
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In the East, some American settlers moved to their new home on rafts, riverboats, or by boat on the Great Lakes.  
  
 
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*Mississippi River  
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*St. Lawrence River
 
*St. Lawrence River
  
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*Lake Ontario  
 
*Lake Ontario  
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Farther west (of the Mississippi River) migrants had to follow trails near rivers in order to water their livestock. For example, the Oregon trail followed the Missouri, North Platte, Sweetwater,&nbsp;Snake and Columbia rivers.  
 
Farther west (of the Mississippi River) migrants had to follow trails near rivers in order to water their livestock. For example, the Oregon trail followed the Missouri, North Platte, Sweetwater,&nbsp;Snake and Columbia rivers.  
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_lakes_in_the_United_States List of Lakes of the United States (Wikipdia)]
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_lakes_in_the_United_States List of Lakes of the United States (Wikipdia)]
  
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Revision as of 14:38, 9 September 2009

United States  >  Migration  >  Rivers and Lakes

In the East, some American settlers moved to their new home on rafts, riverboats, or by boat on the Great Lakes.

  • Mississippi River
  • Ohio River
  • Hudson River
  • Delaware River
  • Missouri River
  • Tennessee River
  • St. Lawrence River


  • Lake Ontario
  • Lake Erie
  • Lake Huron
  • Lake Michigan
  • Lake Superior


Farther west (of the Mississippi River) migrants had to follow trails near rivers in order to water their livestock. For example, the Oregon trail followed the Missouri, North Platte, Sweetwater, Snake and Columbia rivers.