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The transcontinental link was effected in 1887, and the population grew from 1,098 in 1880 to 36,006 in 1890.
Rudyard Kipling visited Tacoma in 1889 and said it was "literally staggering under a boom of the boomiest".
In 1864, pioneer and postmaster Job Carr, a Civil War veteran and land speculator, built a cabin (which also served as Tacoma's first post office; a replica was built in 2000 near the original site in "Old Town").
In 1890, he staged a global circumnavigation starting and ending in Tacoma to promote the city.Neighborhoods such as the 6th Avenue District have been revitalized.Tacoma has been named one of the most livable areas in the United States.A plaque in downtown Tacoma marks the start and finish line.In November 1885, white citizens led by then-mayor Jacob Weisbach expelled several hundred Chinese residents peacefully living in the city.