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Beatrice yumul

Beatrice yumul

Mike Graham

on 8 January 2013

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then then now now now 1.As early as the 1820 Ohio residents advocated
the building of railroads to speed travel time and to make
it easier to ship products. 2.the first railroads purpose was to connect
communities that did not have access to
canals. 3.the first railroad in Ohio was the
Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad. 1.With many technological improvements,
railroading today can operate much faster. 2.Today,the newest locomotives are
becoming increasingly more
environmentally friendly. 3.Railroading today is seeing a
renaissance of freight traffic not
experienced since WWII 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. 3.Many poor students kids did not
have a chance to attend 1. Prior to the 1800`s
most people who
called Ohio home
earned their living
through farming. 2 Most Ohio farmers who
produced a surplus, sold
their products locally or
sent them down the Ohio
and Mississippi Rivers
to new Orleans. 3. By the 1840`s and
1850`s railroads replaced
the canals and connected
Ohio with much of the rest
U.S. allowing farmers to
transport their products
quickly and cheaply
to market. 1.Agriculture remains Ohio number 1
industry today. 2.Ohio is still one of the nation`s
leaders in agriculture. 3.There are nearly 75,000 farms in Ohio agriculture railroads railroad education
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