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Between 1870 and 1890, the amount of railroad track in the United States tripled, dramatically changing the U.S. Although trains traveled slowly by today's standards, they sped along the tracks more quickly than anyone could have imagined a century before. Trains brought products made in the factories of the East and Midwest to the rest of the country, and carried farm produce and livestock to urban markets.
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