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The whole states of California, Nevada, Utah and Texas, as well as parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas. Following the Civil War, numerous schools for the education of freed slaves were established, but these were poorly financed. British generals, however, tended toward a lack of imagination and initiative, while those who demonstrated such qualities often were rash.

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