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Amya D.

Amya D.
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Mike Graham

on 9 January 2013

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Education Then Now Then Now 1.Teachers are assigned to teach only one grade level. 2.Student are disciplined in many ways,however, hitting a student is no longer a form of punishment. 3.Today,all kids are required to go to school. 1.In many schools,one teacher would be charge of
instructing many grade level at the same time. 2.Student uses to get hit with paddles or rulers if you 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. Industry 1.The first railroad in Ohio was the Erie
& Kalamazoo Railroad. 2.Railroads dominated Ohio's transportation
infrastructure until after WWII. 3.Most of the first railroads only existed only
within the state of Ohio. 1.Railroading today is seeing a renaissance
of freight traffic not experienced since WWII. 2.With many technological improvements,railroading today can operate much faster. 3.Today,the newest locomotives becoming increasingly more environmentally friendly. Agriculture Now Then 1.Agriculture remains Ohio #1 industry today. 2.Ohio is still one of the nation's leaders in agriculture. 3.There are nearly 17,000 farms in Ohio. 1.Farmers had the most success during times of the war, providing its allies with food. 2.Most Ohio farmers who produced a surplus, sold their products locally or sent them down the Ohio & Mississippi river to New Orleans. 3.Proir to the 1800s, most people who called Ohio home earned their living through farming.
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