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  • HOMESTEADING AND RANCHING
  • Another day of had work
  • IMPACT OF THE RAILROAD
  • Hey I can get to work faster now
  • MINING BOOMTOWNS
  • This is dangerous  I dont know if we should do this
  • I know but this is the only job we can get
  • Im so happy to be working here
  • Ranching in the western United States is derived from vaquero culture. Throughout most of the 1800 ranchers in the United States set their cattle and sheep loose to roam the prairie. Most of the grazing land was owned by the goverment.
  • HARVEY HOUSE
  • me too
  • This is very interesting
  • Railroads have an important place in New Mexico's history. When the railroad arrived from the north it immediately took up rapid transport of  goods and passengers such as had previously come in along the Santa Fe Trail, fueling a new prosperity and growth in the Territory. A wider variety of people more readily moved into the area, including homesteaders.
  • TOURISM
  • Be careful billy that dangerous
  • Ghost town is a nebulous term generally used to describe a census-designated place where residents have packed their bags and got out real quick.Most of us think of ghost towns as dusty, deserted mining outposts scattered across the west but it is just old haunted and abandon.
  • WILD WEST
  • I know Dave
  • The Harvey house were only women could work their.The company traces its origins to the 1876 opening of two railroad eating houses located at Wallace, Kansas and Hugo.The Grand Canyon was the Santa Fe's main tourist destination and a major activity of the Harvey Company.
  • Language aside, there were a few bonuses to being a pioneering tourist.At least in Britain, a passport was not required to enter or leave the country. In the 1800s the tourists were only getting paid .50 cents a day.
  • yes it is
  • So that is how they made houses
  • Western North America was inhabited for millennia by various groups of Native Americans and later served as a frontier  to Euopean powers. Congress passes the Missouri compromise, prohibiting slavery in the unorganized territory north of 36.5 latitude and west of the Mississippi.
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