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how did the transcontinential railroad affect the way people thought about the united states?

It was very dangerous for them and they had to be careful not to get driven by.

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100 million people worked on the transcontinental railroad

The transcontinental railroad ended in Utah with a golden spike and bronze spike.

The transcontinental railroad from California to Nebraska was finalized on May 10,1869.

Asa Whitney thought of the Transcontinental Railroad after the Lewis and Clark expedition.

They worked on the transcontinental railroad and got about $1 dollar a day.

Immigrants and minorities did most of the work on the first transcontinental railroad.

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The Chinese started building the Transcontinental railroad in 1863 and the Transcontinental railroad was finished in 1869.

it affected them because it affected their homes and they took their food.

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