How does tail dragging aircraft taxi on the ground?

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fils:
Combine a few answers here and you've got it.

The tail wheel (if steerable) is tied to the rudder pedals. Pushing the rudder pedal steers. Some have a "castering" tail wheel that is not controlled by the rudder pedals in this case, it simply follows wherever the airplane is pointed. (and some extremely old, or experimental class types may have a skid rather than a wheel. They are operated from dirt, or grass runways. They are NOT allowed to be operated on a paved runway.

Most airplanes also have differential braking. This means that it has a separate brake (usually on each of the rudder pedals) for each side's main wheel. Apply the brake on the left and the plane pivots on that wheel to the left, etc. (That's also how some heavy construction and military tracked vehicles turn)

Of course, in order to need brakes, or to turn, you must be moving. That requires power from the engine to push (or pull) the plane forward. If power is applied while the rudder is deflected to the side, the wash from the prop will hit the side of the deflected rudder and push the back of the plane around. IE: Air hitting the rudder when it is angled to the left, pushes the back of the plane to the right, which turns the nose to the left. I was taught to use all of these techniques when I was learning to fly. I learned in my dad's 1947 tail dragger Stinson 108.

Andy:
The rudder pedals control the tail wheel. On a plane without a tail wheel (such as a WW1 biplane) the rudder along with bursts of throttle control the direction.
Mildred's people:
Combination of rudder pedals which steer the tail wheel, toe/heel brakes that aid in tighter turns, and throttle control.
Forsyth:
Combination of rudder pedals which steer the tail wheel, toe/heel brakes that aid in tighter turns, and throttle control.
Skoda John:
On the 2 wing wheels and the tail wheel or skid.
Robert:
There is usually a small wheel mounted on the bottom of the rudder. It turns with the rudder, turning the plane. You steer with your feet, using the rudder pedals.
Angela D:
like any other plane. you just have to more actively guide them along, they don't want to go in a straight line. stick all the way back, watch where the tail is when you go around corners.
Nash:
The taildragger hits the ground. When taking off and you get speed, the taildragger goes up.
more:
On multi engine tail draggers, we use differential power and braking, until the rudder becomes effective. (DC-3) (D-18).
Piero:
On multi engine tail draggers, we use differential power and braking, until the rudder becomes effective. (DC-3) (D-18).