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Sea to Shining Sea

(1862-1878)

In This Chapter

The homesteaders and sodbusters

Expansion of overland mail and freight operations

The transcontinental railroad


Armies, money, and the will to continue the fight won the Civil War and restored the Union. There was something else as well. Call it the “American Dream.”

To some modern ears, perhaps this phrase rings hollow. But in the mid-19th century, the American Dream had a foundation as solid as it was vast. Even amid the bitter carnage of a war that tore them apart, Americans looked west. There, it seemed, was refuge from the war. There was a place for new beginnings. There was the future. And what is the future, if it is not a dream?


Voice from the Past | Complete Idiots Guide to American History | Homesteaders







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