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BC: Work Cited | amsler,bob.''railroad trains in the civil war'', gatewaynmra5/25/10

FC: The Civil War railroads by Kody Roy

1: Rail roads in the Civil War moved troops and supplies with new speed that has never been seen before. Both sides had railroads but the north had more track mileage so they would have more of an advantage.

2: The U.S.M.R.R United States military railroad was something the north used to get the railroad

3: Without the railroads the north witch was the invading force | would have been longer in transporting troops and supplies witch would have given the south the advantage

4: Life wouldn't stop but it would have taken longer for people to move or get things from stores.

5: Rail roads are still around today people use them every day but now people use more convent traveling and faster like cars subways and airplanes

6: The confederate had 9000 miles of track

7: The union had 20000 miles of track

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