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  • The Pioneers Go West

    George R. Stewart

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, June 12, 1987)
    Seventeen-year-old Moses Schallenberger wanted to go to California. In 1844, he joined a wagon train to do just that. There was only one problem: Nobody had ever made it to California by wagon before. For a year, he and 50 others struggled through high mountain passes and across wide rushing rivers, enduring dangerous encounters with Indians and buffalo, inclement weather, difficult terrain, near-starvation and disaster.Ultimately, Moses and his friends succeeded–becoming the first pioneers to cross the Sierra Nevadas by wagon. Today, the trail they blazed is a major route into California.
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  • Pioneers Go West

    George Rippey Stewart

    School & Library Binding (Tandem Library, June 16, 1987)
    Seventeen-year-old Moses Schallenberger wanted to go to California. In 1844, he joined a wagon train to do just that. There was only one problem: Nobody had ever made it to California by wagon before. For a year, he and 50 others struggled through high mountain passes and across wide rushing rivers, enduring dangerous encounters with Indians and buffalo, inclement weather, difficult terrain, near-starvation and disaster.Ultimately, Moses and his friends succeeded–becoming the first pioneers to cross the Sierra Nevadas by wagon. Today, the trail they blazed is a major route into California.
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  • The Pioneers Go West

    George R. Stewart

    Library Binding (Demco Media, July 1, 1997)
    Describes the difficulties, hardships, and dangers faced by the pioneers during their trek westward from Missouri to California, in the eyewitness account of a teenaged boy
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  • The Pioneers Go West

    George R Stewart

    Hardcover (random, March 15, 1954)
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