Recent Examples of wagon train from the Web
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West had Indians attacking cabins and wagon trains full of families seeking to establish homes.
Her great-grandparents came west in the first great wagon train to Oregon in 1843 and settled in the Willamette Valley, where she was born in 1916.
Cody’s show was populated with Lakota and other Plains Indians tribes, and they were portrayed as aggressors who attacked wagon trains and settlers’ cabins—which didn’t accurately reflect the complex reality.
The wagon train had 18 wagons included, media outlets said.
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First Known Use of wagon train
WAGON TRAIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of wagon train for English Language Learners
: a long line of wagons traveling together over land; especially : a line of wagons traveling west in the U.S. during the 1800s
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