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Alyssa D.

Alyssa D.
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Mike Graham

on 11 January 2013

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Industry Education Agriculture Now Now Now Then Then Then Rail Roads As early as the mid 1820s,Ohio residents advocated the building of rail roads. 1. 2. Unlike the Little Miami Rail Road, the CH and D's main purpose was as a commuter line. 3. Larger, multiestate railroad companies also began to purchase shorter lines in Ohio. 1. Today, the newest locomotives are equipped with the latest electronics and are becoming increasingly more environmentally friendly as been seen with GE's and EMD' s newest models the Evolution Series and SD70 AC e. . 2. Railroading today is seeing a renaissance of freight traffic not experienced since World War 2. 3. Now, today, it is as strong as ever and looks to be solidly entrenched as an important component of our. 1. In many schools, one teacher would be in charge of instructing many grade levels at a time. 2. Students used to get hit by paddles or rulers if they did something wrong. 3. Many kids had no school as they worked full time to support their families. 1. Teachers are assinged to teach only one grade level. 2. Students are disciplined in many ways.Hitting a kid is not a punishment any more. 3. Today all kids are required to go to school. 1. Prior to the 1800's, most people who called Ohio home earned their living through farming. 1. Agriculture remains Ohio's #1 industry today.
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