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It crossed the Arkansas near the Mexican boundary at 100o west longitude and ran through the country of the Cimarron River, entering Santa Fe from the east.

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It exercised its greatestinfluence in the elaboration of modern forms of constitutional government.

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Prohibition was too short-lived in Canada to engender any real success. Opponents maintained that it violated British traditions of individual liberty, and that settling the matter by referendum or plebiscite was an aberration from Canadian parliamentary practice. Québec rejected it as early as 1919 and became known as the "sinkhole" of North America, but tourists flocked to "historic old Québec" and the provincial government reaped huge profits from the sale of booze.

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Here the conflict was between the owners of large herds who wanted all the open range they could get and the smaller owners who had staked claims under the homestead acts to small sections of free land.

Southwest from the bend of the Missouri, the Santa Fe Trail crossed the Great Plains to New Mexico.

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His interpretations, usually called the "Turner thesis," have provided historians ever since with a wealth of material by which to determine what the frontier experience had done to shape the United States.

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Unlike in the United States, banning booze in Canada was complicated by the shared jurisdiction over alcohol-related laws between Ottawa and the provinces. While the provinces controlled sales and consumption, the Canadian government was responsible for the making and trading of alcohol. In March 1918 Ottawa stopped, for the duration of the First World War, the manufacture and importation of liquor into provinces where purchase was already illegal.

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The opening of the West also prompted the federal government to begin a large program of internal improvements, the building of roads, canals, and railroads that tied the sections together.