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ntebellum Americans possessed boundless ambition. Although divided over slavery, Northerners and Southerners agreed that the country’s future lay west. Composing more than 40 percent of the United States’ landmass, western lands contained vast natural resources. With the outbreak of the Civil War, Union and.

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