Santa Fe Trail

NOUN
  1. a trail that extends from Missouri to New Mexico; an important route for settlers moving west in the 19th century
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use Santa Fe Trail In A Sentence

  • After a brief stay in the frontier capital, Smith was back on the Santa Fe Trail, guiding pioneers westward.
  • Today, Fort Union is preserved by the National Park Service as an outdoor museum on the Santa Fe Trail.
  • Beverly Clarenden saw only the matter-of-fact, visible things, no shrewder, braver, truer plainsman ever walked the long distances of the old Santa Fé Trail than this boy with his bright face and happy-go-lucky spirit unpained by dreams, untrammeled by fancies. Vanguards of the Plains
  • With the coming of Mexican independence, the Santa Fe Trail became the major trade link between the two countries.
  • A stone marker shows the spot where the Santa Fe Trail ended in the city's historic central plaza.
  • The story of Santa Fe Trail wagon making is the story of changes in the wheeled vehicles designed for heavy-duty, long-distance freighting.
  • Today, Fort Union is preserved by the National Park Service as an outdoor museum on the Santa Fe Trail. Visitors can explore the ruins of the buildings and the ruts made by wagons.
  • Wagon wheels left their mark on the Santa Fe Trail, The Santa Fe Trail was an important international trade route. It carried goods south into Mexico and north into the United States.
  • A stone marker shows the spot where the Santa Fe Trail ended in the city's historic central plaza.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy