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LKaye

LKaye
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Mike Graham

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of LKaye

Industry Agriculture Education then now then now then now 1.As early as the 1820's Ohio residents advocated the building of railroads to speed travel time and to make it easier to ship products 2.After the CIVIL WAR, Ohio experienced tremendous growth in railroad mileage. 1.As gas prices skyrocket and highways become more crowded, railroading is gaining more support and receiving more funding. 2.With many technological improvements , railroading today can operate much faster. 1.In many schools, one teacher would be in charge of instructing many grade levels at the same time! 2.Students used to get hit with paddles or rulers if they did something wrong. 1.Teachers are assigned to teach only one grade level. The number of farms tripled from 2.0 million in 1860 to 6.0 million in 1905. The number of people living on farms grew from about 10 million in 1860 to 22 million in 1880 to 31 million in 1905. The value of farms soared from $8.0 billion in 1860 to $30 billion in 1906. 2.2 million farms dot America’s rural landscape. About 97 percent of U.S. farms are operated by families – individuals, family partnerships or family corporations. Farm and ranch families comprise just 2 percent of the U.S. population.
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