Did Indian attacks disrupt construction of the Central Pacific Railroad as they did the Union Pacific?
No, Indian attacks on the Central Pacific Railroad were not a problem, as they were for the UPRR. “The problem had never seriously affected the C.P. Charlie Crocker had made sure of that by issuing lifetime passes to Shoshoni, Cheyenne and other local chieftains permitting them to ride the passenger cars, and had also decreed that tribesmen of lesser rank might ride the freight cars free for 30 years.” Also, “many Native Americans were employed in the [CPRR] construction across Nevada.
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