Fairbanks reproduced the scene, renamed The Pioneer Mothers, for installation on the reverse of his 1928 Pioneer Mother statue for Vancouver, Washington.
Fairbanks' covered wagon design also was selected to print on a series of metal signs marking the Oregon Trail route. The states of Oregon and Idaho both ordered copies of the markers. But these smaller highway signs were not durable enough for highway use, and apparently were never installed.
In more recent years, Fairbanks' descendants have recast Old Oregon Trail for Oregon Trail jumping-off point Independence, Missouri, and Boise and Meridian, Idaho.