Reading Reflection on Chapter VII

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Reading Reflection on Chapter VII: Years of the Boom by McWilliams The population of Southern California has increased sharply since 1870, that’s the motivity for the boom of Los Angeles. During the gold rush, Southern California experienced a minor boom, and completed the transcontinental line to San Francisco. The agricultural colonies succeed as the introduction of bee-ranching, English walnut, and sheep industry. Taking the advantage of the transcontinental line to San Francisco, there were lots of passengers arrived on the west coast. Boosters and boomers who came with the tourists completed the Southern Pacific line to Southern California that really transformed this region. Between 1875 and 1889, following the collapse of the initial boom, Southern California experienced an interval of quiet but substantial growth. The explosion of the boom of the eighties was activized by the completion of the Santa Fe line in 1886, and many permanent improvements were effected and built up the
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course GEOG 70AC taught by Professor Rachel during the Spring '11 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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