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Sydney E

Sydney E

Mike Graham

on 11 January 2013

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Industry Agriculture Education Now Now Then Then Then 1. The fist railroad in Ohio was the Erie & Kalamazoo Railroad. 2. Most of the first railroads only existed only in within the state of Ohio. 1. Railroading today is seeing renaissance of freight
traffic not experienced since WW11 3. The Little Miami Railroad was one of Ohio's
most important early railroad. 2. As gas prices skyrocket and highways become more crowed, railroading is gaining more support and receiving more funding. 3. Today, the newest locomotives
are becoming increasingly more
environmentally friendly. 1. In many schools, one teacher would be in change
of instructing many grade levels at the same time. 2. Students used to get hit with a paddles or rulers if
did something wrong. 3. Many poor kids did not have a change to attend
school as they had to work full time to help support
their families. 1. Teachers are assigned to teach only one grade level. 2. Students are the disciplined in many different way
but hitting the student is no longer a punishment. 3. Today, all kids are required to go to school. 1. Prior to the 1800s, most people who called Ohio
home earned their living through farmers. 2. Most Ohio farmers who produced a surplus,
sold their products locally or sent them down
the Ohio & Mississippi River to New Orleans. 3.George Washington Carver, director of agricultural
research at Tuskegee Institute, pioneered in finding new uses for peanuts, sweet potatoes, and soybeans,
thus helping to diversify southern agriculture.
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