Sagebrush Rebellion


Sagebrush Rebellion
Sagebrush Rebellion,
U.S. a movement to gain state control of federally owned lands in western States: »

Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming formally joined Nevada in the “Sagebrush Rebellion,” approving laws calling for state takeover of unreserved land currently controlled by the federal government (David C. Beckwith).


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