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Dalton S.

Dalton S.

Mike Graham

on 9 January 2013

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Industry Agriculture Education Then Then Then Now Now Now 1.by 1850,the Ohio legislature had chartered 76 railroad companies. 2.The railroad eventually connected to Toledo, Ohio and Adrian, Michigan, a distance of 33 miles. 3.Constructoin of Cincinnati,Hamilton,and Dayton, railroad ch and d began in 1851. 1.While (a.c) locomotive operated at lower speeds the produce vast amount of attractive effort making them for drag service. 2.Railroading today is seeing a renaissance of freight traffic not experience since world war 2. 3. As transportation are more of a topic passenger or state support rail systems are being planned to be developed. 1. In the early 1900's the wealthy children attended academies. 2.Classes were small, with about 3 or 4 pupils in each grade. 3. The public schools,on the other hand were free, mostly kids who were not rich. 1.Now all kids are required to go to school. 2. Teachers are assigned to teach one grade level. 3.Students are disciplined in many ways, however hitting students is no longer allowed. 1. Farmers had the most success during the war. 2.Proir to the 1800's most people who call Ohio home lived though farming. 3. Most Ohio farmers produced a surplus and sold it. 3. Agriculture remains Ohio's #1 industry today. 2.Ohio is still one of the nation's leader in agriculture. 1. There are nearly 75,000 farms in Ohio.
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