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Railroads Impact in the United States.
Railroads Impact in the United States
Railroads were the first big business, they extended over thousands of miles and employed tens of thousands of workers. The railroads required an immense amount of equipment and facilities; no single person could supervise it alone. The railroad stood as the most visible example of the complexity that came with industrialization. The completion of the transcontinental railroads signalled the new pace of rail development and progress of a better economy in the United States.
Railroads stimulated the national economy. From the late 1860s through the…
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