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[[Image:Golden Spike.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Ceremony celebrating linking of the first transcontinental railroad, Promintory Point, Utah.]] ''[[United States|United States ]] >  [[United States Migration Internal|Migration ]] >  [[US_Migration_Railroads|Railroads]]''  
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[[Image:Railroads of the Western USA.png|thumb|left|370px|Click this map to enlarge it.]] [[Image:Golden Spike.jpg|thumb|right|370px|Ceremony celebrating linking of the first transcontinental railroad, Promintory Summit, Utah.]] ''[[United States|United States ]] >  [[United States Migration Internal|Migration ]] >  [[US_Migration_Railroads|Railroads]]''  
  
 
Some American settlers moved to new homes by railroad:  
 
Some American settlers moved to new homes by railroad:  
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Revision as of 22:32, 2 July 2009

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Ceremony celebrating linking of the first transcontinental railroad, Promintory Summit, Utah.
United States  >  Migration  >  Railroads

Some American settlers moved to new homes by railroad:

  • Union Pacific
  • Southern Pacific
  • Atcheson, Topeka, and Santa Fe