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The rail line crossed long-established Native American trails and disturbed buffalo-hunting grounds.
The railroad opened up the Great Plains and the West Coast to waves of new immigrants from Europe.
Railroad owners Leland Stanford and Thomas Durant were convicted of bribery and sent to prison.
When the line was completed, Americans were so pleased that they reelected President Lincoln for a second term.
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D is incorrect, I believe that the transcontinental railroad was completed in 1869, Lincoln was assassinated in 1865. This one is just mixing things up too much. B the railroad would have definitely open up new avenues for immigration as to what places they could satay, because it made traveling easier. that was the whole point making trade/commerce between both east and west coast easier. C Tomas durant was vice president of Union pacific railroad. (he was involved in a scandal so i would say this is true. not too sure.
A. I think this is true, they did kill a lot of buffalo and those were animals were a major food source for the native americans.