• freight wagons on the Santa Fe Trail

    Santa Fe

    National Historic Trail CO,KS,MO,NM,OK

Junior Wagon Master Bullwhacker Edition

Cover of Junior Wagon Master Bullwhacker Edition booklet

Cover of Junior Wagon Master Bullwhacker Edition booklet

The Bullwhacker Edition is for ages 12-14.

These are large files. Please be patient.


Bullwhacker - Eastern (Franklin, Missouri, to Gardner, Kansas), 7.3 MB, PDF

Bullwhacker - Central (Council Grove, Kansas, to Dodge City, Kansas), 6.7 MB, PDF

Bullwhacker - Mountain and Cimarron Routes (Cimarron, Kansas, to Watrous, New Mexico, or Elkhart, Kansas, to Las Vegas, New Mexico), 12 MB, PDF

Bullwhacker - Western (Pecos, New Mexico, to Santa Fe, New Mexico), 7 MB, PDF


Did You Know?

A barbed wire fence and windmill are near the Point of Rocks formation on the Santa Fe National Historic Trail in New Mexico

Opened in 1821, the Santa Fe Trail became the lifeline for protection and communication between Missouri and Santa Fe. Military forts opened along the route to protect trail travel and trade, and freighting and merchant operations boomed.