anonymous
  • anonymous
Which describes one reason for the end of long cattle drives?
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schrodinger
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Baconfuntimes
  • Baconfuntimes
what are your choices
anonymous
  • anonymous
A. New railroad lines across the Great Plains made it cheaper to ship cattle by rail. B. New cattle ranches grew up in eastern states near major cities. C. Native Americans killed off the large herds of cattle on the Great Plains. D. After the Civil War, buffalo meat became more popular than beef with American consumers.
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  • Baconfuntimes
a

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anonymous
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thank you
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np

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