Growth and change comic strip

Growth and change comic strip

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  • Homesteading/Ranching
  • Now that we have all this land we can grow crops.
  • Impact of the Railroad
  • All the goods are loaded up into the train!
  • Boomtowns/Mining
  • We have to hurry up and get all the gold that we can before its gone!
  • Ranching in 1862 made a huge change for the people in that sate or town. The farmers that worked there would produce the plants they had and sold them to the food stands. The farmers would also have animals that would produce goods for the town too which would conclude bacon, eggs, milk, etc.
  • Harvey Houses
  • Welcome to the Harvey house, bed in breakfast .
  • Railroads back then made selling goods faster and getting the goods traviled through the state quicker. The railroads went over 3,000 miles long and was the first railroad to travel into the united states. The railroads took goods like metal, machinery and minerals.
  • Tourism
  • Lets go look at that town over there!
  •  New Mexico has many activates for miners in the mines included turquoise, copper, and coal. Lots of Indians back then used to mine for the value they got from the things they mined. The Indians used to sell the items they got to get money for it or good to sell to other people. , 
  • Wild West
  • Give me all your money!
  • Yeah give us it ALL!!!!
  • Back then Harvey Houses were restaurants with hotels on the top of it so people could spend the night there. The Harvey houses were near the Santé Fe railroad were people could get on the train and off it when they wanted to leave.
  • Harvey Harvey
  • Tourism was one of New Mexico's largest businesses. Lots of people around the world go to New Mexico spending money on food, train tickets, good, and more. People also would go there to sell ancient crafts.
  • The Wild West was named for the lawlessness of the untamed territories west of the Mississippi River. The 'Old West' was famous for cowboys, native Indians, the lawmen, gunslingers, the pioneers, the prospectors, the gamblers, the scouts, the outlaws, the gangs and the gunfighters.
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