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What was the significance of western conquest after the Civil War?

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Hello and Welcome to Brainmass!! I have answered your query through listing facts according to the timeline. These are the main points of the events that occured in the west due to the civil war. Please format it in the manner requested by your professor. I hope you find this helpful. Please feel free to ask any questions or clarify any concerns. I am sure you will do very well. Good Luck!!

Western conquest after civil war
First, let's look at what 'West' is in terms of history relating to the civil war. After the civil war, 'West' was considered to be the territory west of the Missouri River which were defined primarily due to the transformation and the new processes that the civil war brought about. One can even say that it was because of the civil war that the 'West' came into being.

What was the significance of western conquest after the Civil War?
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After the civil war, 'West' was considered to be the territory west of the Missouri River which were defined primarily due to the transformation and the new processes that the civil war brought about. One can even say that it was because of the civil war that the 'West' came into being. The solution deals with the westward expansion and the events that took place in the west after the civil war.

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