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Railroads in the South were few before the Civil War. By the time it was over, most were destroyed. What does this map demonstrate? - railway building was a priority in the South during and after Reconstruction - little progress was made in repairing the structural damage of the Civil War -more people focused on building new factories over repairing railroad lines - the only new railroads built were those connecting the North to the South

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