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Chapter 8, Lesson 2, Growth in Southern California (pp. 190-193)

I. Southern California's Oranges

II. Railroads and Growth

    A. The Sante Fe Railroad and the Soutern Pacific Railroad started competing for business by lowering prices to travel by train.

    B. This competition caused a period of fast growth, encouraging many people to move to California.

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