American Indians and the Chinese
The Central Pacific Railroad (CPRR) was the name of the railroad network built between California and Utah (where it met/joined the Union Pacific Railroad). Chinese labor was an essential resource for constructing the railroad. Fifty Chinese laborers were hired by the Central Pacific Railroad in February 1865 and more and more were added to the crews as construction continued because they were cheap - and easily exploited - labor.
Union Pacific Railroad built the line westward and the Central Pacific Railroad built the line eastward. The first transcontinental railroad basically connected the east and the west of the United States. Central Pacific Railroad merged with Southern Pacific in 1885 and then Union Pacific bought Southern Pacific in 1996. Union Pacific still operates much of the rail from Central Pacific Railroad and Southern Pacific Railroad.
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