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How did the federal government use land grants in the West in the 1860s? The government gave land to the railroads to spur the development of a transcontinental railroad. The government used land grants to relocate American Indians onto reservations. The government slowed settlement of the West by withholding land grants until the Civil War was over. The government offered land grants to free African Americans after the end of the Civil War.

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  1. anonymous
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    HELP @thomaster

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    can you help @bluegirly

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    c or d go with c

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