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Emalee C.

Emalee C.

Mike Graham

on 11 January 2013

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Industry Education Agriculture Then Then Then Now Now Now railroads 1.Most Ohioans initially in favor of railroads lived in communities. 2.Many people deemed railroads as risky, and some investors feared that they could lose their investment in railroad companies. 3. The Little Miami Railroad was one of Ohio's most important early railroads. 1.With technological such as continuous welded rail (CWR) in the 1950s. 2.In the 1970s locomotives began to build with computer control systems. 3.Railroading today is seeing a renaissance of freight traffic not experienced since World War 2. 1.In the early 1900s, the wealthy children attended private academies 2.The schools were houses with a few rooms in them set aside for classrooms. 3.Some of the subjects the girls learned were reading, spelling, history, arithmetic, geography, and penmanship or handwriting. 1.teachers are assigned to teach only one grade level. 2.Students are disciplined in many ways, however, hitting a student is no longer a way of 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 farming. 2.By the 1840's and 1850's railroads replaced canals and connected Ohio with much of the U.S. 3.Farmers had the most success during times of war, providing it's allies with food. 1.Agriculture remains Ohio's #1 industry today.
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