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railroads and farming
The longhorns long legs allowed people to travel long distances. Their horns protected them from mountain lions, wolves, and other predators.
There were many young farms workers looking for new type of work some of them moved from tow from town. Most of the people there concerned about drilling oil than city planning. Oil-field workers lived in tents or wooden shacks.
The era of cotton, cattle and railroads in the late 19th century was a time of huge economic growth for Texas. Railroads brought rapid expansion of people, business, and cities across the state.
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