PERIOD 6:

1865-1898

PERIOD 6 SHORT HISTORIES

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really, Period 6?!

Of course building a transcontinental railroad was no easy task.  Workers had to dig 19 tunnels, chiseling away at one foot a day, until explosives quickened the rate to 2 feet. After  6 years of construction and  1776 miles of track, a golden spike was pounded in to link east coast to west in 1869.

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