Peshawar Lancers Redux: North America

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  1. chris N Well-Known Member

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    The Canadian Government in Vancouver had authorized the reconstruction of the railroad lines to the east. This bill had been passed in 1890 and the progress was slow as lines and , bridges all had to be restored to working order. Progress was slow and no work could be carried out from late October to late March . Still the line did move further eastward. Some towns were rebuilt and slowly gained people.
     
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    William Kamehameha and the Canadian Prime Minister visited Ottawa by airship in 1897 and they could see what might be needed to be done. Hawaii and Canada had become very close and their relationship would always remain so.
     
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    An outpost had been set up in Chicago. The population of the city was barely 90 people. Most of the work carried out by them involved survey work and demolition of unsafe buildings. Ohio had seen much more in the way of an effort to get things moving. The National Government was attempting to get industry working again but it was a slow step forward.
     
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    Keep it up, Chris!:)
     
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    While the weather had begun to move in the direction of a return toward normal it still had a way to go. This clearly was handicapping the ability to move the population back to the northern region. New England continued to remain unpopulated with few exception.
    Teddy Roosevelt was making progress with his efforts in New York.
     
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