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lana b

lana b

Mike Graham

on 11 January 2013

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Transcript of lana b

Industry Education Agriculture Then Then Then Now Now Now 1.The first railroad completed in Ohio was the Erie a Kalama zoo Railroad. 2. Following the American Civil War,
ohio experienced tremend growth in
railroads mileage because large multi-state
railroad companies also began to purchase
storter lines in Ohio. 3.Many railroads companies have sold their tracks tovarious municipalities. 1.Railrolds today is seeing a
renaissance of freight traffic not experienced
since would War II. Now 2.Railroad today is a far cry from
what it was thirty to forty years
ago. 3.Today, the newest locomotives
are becoming increasingle more
environ menally friendly. railroads Then 1.In many schools,one
teacher would be in
charge of instructing
many grade levels at
the same time. 2.Stundents used to get
hit with paddles or rulers
if they did something wrong. 3.Many poor kids did not have
a chance 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 disciplined
in many ways however
hitting a students is no longer
a form of punishment. 3.Today, all kids are
required to go to school. 1.Farmers had the most
success during times of
the war, providing its
allies with food. 2.Prior to the 1800s most
people who called Ohio
home earned their living
through farming. 3.Most Ohio farmers who produced
a surplus sold locally or sent them
down the Ohio and Mississippi River
to New Orleans. 1.Agriculture remains Ohio's
#1 industry today. 2.There are nearly
75,000 farms in Ohio. 3.Ohio is still one of
the nation's leaders
in agriculture.
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