The Importance Of Reconstruction In America

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The history of each country is the most relevant piece of his nation. America is a beautiful country with a valuable culture, who was forged in their beginnings with the reconstruction of the nation after the devastating Civil War. This was an extensive process in the life of the each american. The country had been devastated. For that reason, the economy of the south loser had been inflected to about a 60% of its wealth, while the winner north had been ended the war needing supplies and article of first necessity. The necessity of reconstruction in the country increased the urgency to expand the economy and seek solutions internally. As a consequence of all these circumstances, over the years 1865 to 1920, the country went through a process …show more content…
Despite the discontent of Native Americans with the occupation of their lands, white Americans were aware that the railroad was the biggest deal of all time. The possibility of transporting goods over long distances, being able to establish business relationships throughout the American territory meant not only the development economic of the nation, if not the pocket thickening of many. In late 1869, exactly on May 6, with the completion of construction of the first transcontinental railroad, its expansion was a priority. For that reason, a the beginning of 1870s the railroad construction had a considerable increase. The First transcontinental railroad, or how was known originally the Pacific Railroad, was a rail network that connect the Lowa with the Pacific coast at San Francisco Bay. After the huge cost of lives, long hours of labor exploitation, and extortion and looting of land for creation of the railroad, the expected result was obtained. The economic impulse of the nation through the transportation of goods with other continents and even in country, was the key for the development and prosperity of the american society. The west, who had great abundance of resource, with the use of the railroad could providing merchandise to eastern markets quickly and profitable, increasing the …show more content…
The first state admitted was California, in the year 1850. After that, they were admitted states such as Oregon (1859), Nevada (1864), Nebraska (1867, Colorado (1876), South and North Dakota (1889), Montana (1889), Washington (1889), Wyoming (1890), Idaho (1890), and finally Utah (1896). The rise of new cities and towns along the new states created, allowed at that moments the accommodation of new populations and new industries throughout the

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