Date & Time:Saturday 06/29/2019
10:00 am-11:00 am
California Trail Interpretive Center
When emigrants left for California, they left more than just their homes on the east side of the Missouri River. They also left behind laws and the formal justice system.
With methods that varied from trailside courts to banishment, emigrants found their own ways to deal with disputes. Join Jordan Thomas, and learn how emigrants dealt with lawbreakers and other troublesome people along the Trail.