1) Give a short explanation about mining industry in the 1800s and the effect it had.
2) give a short explanation about Transcontinental railroad construction in the 1800s and the effect it had.
3) give a short explanation about Transcontinental railroad in the 1800s and the effect it had.
4) give a short explanation about reservation in the 1800s and the effect it had.
5) give a short explanation about homestead act exodusters in 1800s and the effect it had.
6) give a short explanation about cattle drive/beef industry in 1800s and the effect it had.
I already got 2 and 3, and I kinda got 4 but I don't have any effects for it.
1) Give a short explanation about mining industry in the 1800s and give and effect it had. 2) Give a short explanation about Homestead act exodusters in the 1800s and give an effect it had. 3) Give a short explanation about cattle
6.) "Since peaking in 1976, per capita beef consumption in the United States has fallen by 28.6 percent... [and] the size of the U.S. cattle herd has shrunk to a 30-year low." a.) Using firm and industry diagrams, show the
During the early sixteenth-century attitudes about mineral exploitation changed due to the influence of two important books. In effect, a new dignity was ascribed to A. metal ore mining. B. coal mining. C. precious metal mining.
what is a good website to describe a boom town in the west in the 1800s. a website of what they do there and what occurs during a typical day of mining.. including techniques of mining, description of the town, the mines, and the
How did the mining industry and the growth of ranching and farming contribute to the development of the West? A: The mining industry lured thousands of people into areas previously ignored as wilderness. The growth of ranching and
A perfectly competitive industry has a large number of potential entrants. Each firm has an identical cost structure such that long run average cost is minimized at an output of 10 units (qi=10 ). The minimum average cost is R5
1.How and why did Spokane and Seattle change in the late 1800s - early 1900s? 2.How did Washington's farming, mining, lumber and other industries benefit one another? 3.How did workers in Washington respond to economic and
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