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What Would Your American Frontier Job Be?

Gritty, difficult, and often thankless, life on the American frontier was anything but glamorous. If you were alive during these times, what would your frontier job have been? Could you hack it in an important role? Not everyone can! Let's find out exactly which hand you would have been dealt on the American frontier.
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How often do you consider what others think of you?
Always
Sometimes
Never

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Which room of your home do you spend the most time in?
The kitchen
The living room
The bathroom
The laundry room
The workshop/garage

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Are you a gambler by nature?
Yes
No
Sometimes

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Which of the following things would you say is most important to you?
Integrity
Friendship
Family
Learning
Vengeance

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Your home on the American Frontier would be in which of the following states?
Colorado
Montana
Texas
Wyoming
Nevada

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Communication is key in any situation. What is your favorite way to communicate?
By text
Face to face
On the phone
Via email
Letters

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If your life was a movie, which of the following genres would it be?
A mystery
A comedy
A documentary
A thriller
A romance

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If you had to compare yourself to an animal, you would be a...
Mule
Lion
Bear
Dog
Lamb

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Where would you have lived and worked on the Frontier?
Just outside of town.
In city limits.
I have no preference.
I would live as far from town as possible.

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Everyone is skilled in one area. In which of the following areas are you most skilled?
Problem solving
Social skills
Craftsmanship
Numbers
Stealth

Fur Trapper

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Out on the American frontier, you would have held a job as a fur trapper. A gritty and often dirty job, being a fur trapper meant months away from home, often living off the land. While most people don't have the tenacity or grit for such a job, you most certainly do. You've never been one to fear getting your hands dirty.

Wagon Wright

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Back on the American frontier, you would have been a wagon wright! It would have been your task to repair and build wagons used for everyday travel and long journeys. Detail oriented and good with your hands, you would have skillfully allowed frontiersman and families to get where they needed to go.

Soap Maker

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Back on the American frontier, you would have been a soap maker! Let's be honest, you're a big fan of creature comforts. A warm bed and a hot shower are two of your favorite things. Being a soap maker would have been tedious, but it would have allowed you to stay in the safety of town, crafting something that everyone (desperately) needed to use.

Weaver

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Back on the American frontier, you would have been a weaver! You're a nurturing and kind soul who is all about giving comfort to others. As a weaver, you would have crafted blankets, baskets, and clothing for the town. It isn't a gritty job, but it is one of the most important there is.

Hired Gun

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Back on the American frontier, you would have been a hired gun. Temperamental and grudge-prone, you could have skillfully taken out those who had an agenda against your own beliefs or kinfolk. With a steady hand and a sharp eye, being a hired gun would have lead to respect from your townspeople and a bit of fear from your enemies!
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