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Aidan H

Aidan H
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Mike Graham

on 9 January 2013

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INDUSTRY S EDUCATION Agriculture then now then now then now wealthy children
attend private
schools . 1 one
teacher
taught several Companies had constructed only 40miles of track in the state. 1 2 The purpose was to connect the city of Cincinnati to Springfield. 3 The Ohio loan law spurred railroad growth in the state. industry Then Now 1.While coal still makes up nearly 50% of all freight much faster. 2. Railroads today can operate much faster 3. Railroading today is seeing a renaissance of freight traffic not experienced since world war2. education Then Now 1. Wealthy children attend private academies. 2. One teacher taught several grades in just one room 3. Girl's learned reading,spelling,history,arithmetic,geography,penmanship,hand writing. 1.Girl's and boys learn together. 2. Pictures are not in black and white. 3. We have better cloth. agriculture 1. Farmers had the most success during times of war providing it's allies food. 2. Prior to the 1800's most people who called Ohio home earned their living through farming. Then Now 1. Agriculture remains Ohio's #1 industry today. 2. Ohio is still one of the nation's leaders in agriculture. 3. There are nearly 75,000 farms in Ohio. 3. Most Ohio farmers who produced a surplus , sold their product's locally or sent them down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans.
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