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Transcript of kyra mciver
As early as the mid 1820s, Ohio residents advocated the building of railroads to speed travel time and to make it easier to ship products.The first railroad competed in Ohio was the Erie and Kalam a zoo railroad.The railroad,a distance of thirty-three miles.Practically all of Ohio's first railroads existed only within the confines of the confines of the state.Many railroad company's have cutback service in Ohio. Now
With technological improvements such as continuous welder rail (CWR) in the 1950s and the widespread use of concrete. Railroading today can operate faster trains while at the same time reducing maintenance. Railroading today is seeing a renaissance of freight traffic not experienced since World War II. Corridors in their respective states, particularly North Carolina. Education
In the 1900s the wealth children attended private academies. Some funny things that were different were that at a rich school girls did stretching and yawning exercises. Today all children are required to go to school. Education now
Teachers are assigned to teach only one grade level. Today all children are required to go to school. Students are disciplined in many ways, however, hitting a student is no longer a form of punishment. Railroads now
As early as the 1820s, Ohio residents advocated the building of railroads to speed travel time and to make it easier to ship products. The first railroad in Ohio was the Erie and Kalamazoo railroads.
Most Ohio farmers who produced a surplus, sold their products locally or sent then down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans. By the 1840s and 1850s railroads replaced the canals and connected Ohio with much of the rest of the US allowing farmers to transport their crops. In many schools one teacher would be in charge of instructing many grade levels at the same time.