Railroads in the west

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Why do railroads run east to west?

Railroads run in all directions.

Why did more railroads run east and west then north and south?

its because the railroads goes more to the east and the west

How did the railroads help develop the west?

fukk the west

What encouraged industrialization to expand from the eastern part of the US to the West?


How did railroads draw people to the west?

Railroads drew people to the west since new towns were built everywhere. There were towns popping up all over the west nd the railroads also brought in new jobs.

In which region were there no railroads in 1840?


Why did the federal government provide land grants to companies to build railroads west?

It was because they needed railroads so they could of transport stuff that they needed from the west.

How did government and railroads encourage settlement of the west?

The government continued to pass laws to encourage people to settle the West, while the railroads made transportation from the east to the west faster and more convenient.

Railroads from the east and west met where in 1869?


What railroads were in the old West?

there things that help you get along

How did railroads effect economic developments in the west?

The railroads allowed for easier transporting of goods from east to west so the west could build faster with materials sent from the east. Hopefully you are asking about the American west because that is how I answered it.

What did the nativists do when the railroads were finished?

When the railroads were completed, some nativists threatened railroad owners with harm if they hired Chinese people. This resulted in some of the railroads in the west hiring more workers out of Mexico.