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I believe it is A. :)
No problem! Let me know if I get it right.
Do you mind helping with another ?:) I think its A, as well.. Which event increased interest in a railroad route to California? Discovery of gold Opening the Erie Canal Improvement of the lock system Joining the First Transcontinental Railroad
I would not mind helping at all! Since I noticed I cannot give you the answer, I will give you something SIMILAR. ;)
In California, there was a popular event called 'The California Gold Rush'. This thrusted people to California in the search for gold.
do you think its A?
Since I've given you that, what do you think it is? ;)
Cities grew along railroads and canals because the government designed the cities
Manifest destiny, which was expansion towards the west, allowed construction of railroads, and people liked to live near the railroads because land was cheaper than dirt, which is what it was, towns grew out of this, and made the towns into cities.
ok so c. the answer is c.. lol thanks
Yes. :) I'm sorry, if I just directly tell you the answer I'll get in trouble! I do my best to make sure the answer is obvious and try and provide why that's the answer. Hope I'm doing good. :)
lol its all good, and you cant get in trouble, technically you didnt give out the answer. It would be giving out the answer if you came out and said "C" or "B" lol last one. Maryland and Illinois were connected through the U.S. National Railroad U.S. National Skyway U.S. National Canal U.S. National Road<<<<<
I would agree with you
the National Road connected Cumberland, Maryland with Vandalia, Illinois
Whoops, I got distracted with my own, I apologize.