How did the transcontinental railroad change the lives of native americans

Asked Dec 15, 2009
it forces them away from the areas. Even sometimes drunk workers would hunt down native americans and massacre them.
Answered Dec 22, 2009
It took away land and they could not hunt buffalo and buffalo was there main resource for food clothing weapons and even sometimes shelter AND GUESS WHAT IM 11 AND I KNEW THAT!!! OH YEAH!! IM A STRAIGHT A STUDENT IN THE BETA CLUB AND GOIN TO WASHINGTON D.C IN BETA!!! OH YEAH I ROCK!! well hope that helped your transcontinental railroad problem!!

-Carlee :)
Answered Jan 26, 2010
Wow, that's just sad. Just because you're 11 doesn't make knowing a simple historical fact the most amazing thing in the world. Any fifth grader knows the answer to that. Furthermore, you could have just as easily googled it or something. You seriously don't need to pat yourself on the back so much.
how were railroads first created and how
Answered Feb 16, 2010
Edited Feb 16, 2010
Although they're both about railroads, your question is mostly unrelated to the question posted, and thus should really be posted as a separate question.

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