Besides connecting the eastern united states with the western united states, the transcontinental railroad was also instrumental in
a. driving a gap through the confederate territories.
b. bringing in immigrants from ireland and china. eliminate
c. getting california admitted as a state.
d. ending the reconstruction era.
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B.) bringing in immigrants from Ireland and China.
B: bringing in immigrants from Ireland and China.
Besides connecting the eastern United States with the western United States, the Transcontinental Railroad was also instrumental in bringing in immigrants from Ireland and China. No, the trains did not transport them from Europe and Africa, but the lure of jobs created during the construction of the railroad DID cause an influx of immigrants.
The right answer is C."facilitating the production of factory good,". The Transcontinental Railroad was built because of a need for a safer, cheaper, and faster mode of transportation to get to the west. After the construction of the Railroad. When farmers needed a new plow or when their crops needed to be transported, the locomotive was always there. In conclusion, the Transcontinental Railroad was an amazing feat and helped the US grow. It made everyday life for farmers, ranchers, everyone, easier. The completion of the railroad also sparked construction for more rail lines.
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The answer to your question is - bringing in immigrants from Ireland and China
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