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by Robert W. Shapley

  • Author: Robert W. Shapley
  • ISBN: 086625370X
  • ISBN13: 978-0866253703
  • ePub: 1963 kb | FB2: 1571 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rourke Pub Group (April 1, 1990)
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Boomtowns (Wild West in American History) ePub download

The Wild West was a period of American history that lasted from roughly 1865 to 1895

The Wild West was a period of American history that lasted from roughly 1865 to 1895. The period, which took place on the frontier of the American West, was marked by lawlessness in America's unincorporated territories, cattle drives, westward settlement, the proliferation of immoral businesses such as bordellos and saloons, the rise of outlaw gangs, and conflicts with Native Americans. The Wild West has been immortalized by the "cowboy" image, which represented rugged individualism and survival.

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Wild West: Wild Bill Hickok James Butler Wild Bill Hickok (1837–1876) was an American scout, lawman, gambler and gunslinger in the Wild West. The picture above depicts Wild Bill Hickok after killing Davis Tutt in a duel in February 1867. Interesting Facts about Wild West for kids and schools ● Summary of the Wild West in US history ● The Wild West, a major event in US history ● Grover Cleveland history timeline of major events ● Fast, Wild West about major events in his presidency ● Foreign & Domestic policies of President Grover Cleveland ● Grover Cleveland Presidency and Wild West for.

The American frontier includes the geography, history, folklore, and cultural expression of life in the forward wave of American expansion that began with English colonial settlements in the early 17th century and ended with the admission of the last.

The American frontier includes the geography, history, folklore, and cultural expression of life in the forward wave of American expansion that began with English colonial settlements in the early 17th century and ended with the admission of the last remaining western territories as states in 1959. This era of massive migration and settlement was particularly encouraged by President Thomas Jefferson following the Louisiana Purchase, giving rise to the expansionist philosophy known as "Manifest Destiny".

A great book for children and adults alike . but it offers interesting information for kids. The book is comprehensive, spanning these topics: Lewis & Clark furs traders and mountain men the Gold Rush the Mormon Trail the Oregon Trail the Pony Express frontier living the Transcontinental Railroad the Plains Indians coboys and ranchers, rodeos, and country music.

The American Old West, also known as the American frontier or the Wild West, means the history, geography, people .

The American Old West, also known as the American frontier or the Wild West, means the history, geography, people, and culture of life in the Western United States. This often referring to the period of the later half of the 19th century, between the American Civil War and the end of the century. See the fact file below for more information and facts about The Wild West. Wild West Acrostic Students are challenged to look at some examples of Danse Macabre art and create a piece of their own. Wild West Organizer Complete the Wild West organizer based on the Wild West fact.

Describes how in the early 1800s, towns were formed almost overnight, when the news of gold spread through the country and thousands of men headed West