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Into the West

The West—and how people resettled it—is central to America’s story. After the Revolutionary War (1775–1783), the new states agreed to give back to the federal government some of their claimed land. Much of that land, which stretched from areas west of the 13 Original Colonies to the Mississippi River, was inhabited by Native

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