Thursday, January 28, 2010
What role did railroads play in changing southern society?
What role did railroads play in changing the south? Money was brought to the south. Goods could be shipped all over the U.S. and goods could be brought in. The south became more industrialized when this happend. Cities started to grow and become similar to some northern cities. Railroads played a key role in both urbanization and industrialazation of the south. This ultimately led to a more shared national culture.