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The many offshoots of the trail and the main trail itself were used by an estimated 350,000 settlers from the 1830s through 1869.

It started in Independence, Missouri and traveled a cleared trail that reached to Fort Hall, Idaho.

Work was done to clear more and more of the trail stretching farther West and it eventually reached Willamette Valley, Oregon.

Donner Party timeline provides an almost day-to-day basic description of events directly associated with the 1840s Donner Party pioneers, covering the journey from Illinois to California—2,500 miles (4,023 kilometers), over the Great Plains, two mountain ranges, and the deserts of the Great Basin.

Following the timeline is a chronological list of deaths.