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tah’s Golden Spike National Historic Park honors completion of the Transcontinental Railroad. It all started in 1832 when Dr. Hartwell Carver (great-grandson of John Carver, who came to America on the Mayflower) proposed the idea to the U.S. Congress. The concept gained momentum with an expanding nation and the California gold rush, and for good reason: Reaching the West

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