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        The Civil War and the Transcontinental Railroad

        The idea for a Transcontinental Railroad had been suggested as early as the 1830’s, but real planning did not begin until the 1850’s. Then, a little over a year after the start of the Civil War, Lincoln signed the Pacific Railroad Act.

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