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The Great West
The west began to take in a larger population between the 1840's and the 1890's. There were many factors which contributed to this increase in the west some of which were the natural environment, the government, railways, and the migration of the oppressed Mormons along with poor people wanting cheap land. Which of these was the most significant factor? I would have to say the natural environment. Many cities were formed around gold mines, rivers, and the areas yet to be inhabited by the easterners.
The government played a role in getting people to the west. They wanted Texas to join the u…
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