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Running head: Economic Growth1Option 1 Economic GrowthSuzanne MackenzieHST201 – U.S History 1 Colorado State University – Global CampusLisa NamikasSeptember 17, 2018
Economic Growth2Option 1 Economic GrowthUniting the nation and helping the economy grow and advance in these times was very important. Especially for jobs and the livelihood of the farmers and workers. In the time before the Civil War, the US quickly became an established economy when look at next to different American countries. This country was close to exhausting the territorial land as well as the populace were invading the nearby fields past the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada, in particular after the start of the Indian Removal Act on 26thMay, 1830 (Government, 1830). The idea of getting land started to become normal for each frontiersman due to the western side of thecountry being much encroached. Due to this the expanding for economic welfare became noticedeven though restrictions to the changing economy were being eradicated prior to the beginning ofthe Civil War (North, 1966). After entering into the war, there was a large ruining of their property that was very costly for their economy. America’s large economic advancement in the years of 1790 and 1860 could be because of the change within agricultural production and in transportation.