America's Western Frontier

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American History

 

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Beatrice W

 

Date added:

January 27, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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3 / 770

 

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The Wild West appears as a simple romanticized perception of the actual Old West identity, which forms numerous characters, lifestyles and based idea’s upon its self. Historians over the years have investigated the mythical perception of the Wild West, and it’s relation and difference to the American Old West...
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Comparing and contrasting the two, gives insight to the actual western genre that appears more factional. While the Eastern United states was the beginning to experience the Second Industrial Revolution around 1871, the western frontier was beginning to fill with immigrants and American folk. In the early days of the Wild West, a great deal of land was in the public domain, open both to livestock and to homesteading...
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