anonymous
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What was the intent of each of these laws? Homestead Act, Pacific Railway Act, Morrill Act
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anonymous
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@ilikephysics2 Help?
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  • anonymous
The Pacific Railway Act made the 32nd parallel the transcontinental route and gave huge grants of land to rail companies. The Morrill Land-Grant Acts are United States statutes that allowed for the creation of land-grant colleges. Happened during 1962
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The Homestead act promised free land to settlers on the western frontier. It promised ownership of a 160-acre tract of public land to a citizen or head of a family who had resided on and cultivated the land for five years after the initial claim.

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