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This is a story about the American West during the time of the United States and the United Kingdom’s attempt at union, the beginnings of which can be dated between 1774 and 1776. The United States of America formed in 1787 as a union of British North America and the new United States of America of the new world empire, creating an economic and political entity that would ultimately be called the United States of America.
According to the U.S. Constitution, the people of the United States of America would not be “separated into any of their several States, and incorporated in any foreign or domestic State”. In 1868, however, the U.S. decided as a separate sovereign nation, to be re-adopted as a single nation.
At the time, no one knew what this meant. To many in Britain and in the States, the idea was not only impossible but downright terrifying. In most cases the Union would not have lasted very long. In England’s case, it almost certainly would have dissolved almost immediately after the new republic was born.
In the United States, however, there were those who hoped this newly re-established nation that was being born from a new political order after a period of civil strife—and from the disintegration of the British empire—would be a good thing. But then, they would have the United States to play with in foreign affairs, and so it would not be quite a happy time.
The “separation” or “division” that some in England and in many other Western countries wanted to see in the new nation was not going to happen. The American colonies would be reunited into one nation under a single flag, but they would remain independent. It was not yet clear where this would lead, but it would probably not be