What was the Wild West era?


What was the Wild West era?

Western Expansion and Statehood:

During the three decades of the Wild West, various regions associated with the Wild West Era gained statehood: Nebraska (1867), Colorado (1876), North Dakota (1889), South Dakota (1889), Montana (1889), Idaho (1890), and Wyoming (1890).

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The Wild West Era refers to a period within United States history when populations west of the Mississippi River increased. This era began around 1865...

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Daily Life in the Wild West During the 1800s


Chapter 19 / Lesson 2

Learn about life in the west in the 1800s and the culture of the west. Discover women of the old west and an overview of the establishment of civilization.

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