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OH-Chs. 10 and 11

OH -Chs. 10 and 11

When did World War II end? 1945
What was the baby boom? After the end of the war there was an increase in the number of births
How had life changed in Ohio by the 1960s? interstate highways were built, people moved to the suburbs, shopping centers were built
What did Ohioans do for fun in the 1950s? danced to rock-n-roll music, bought big cars, traveled on vacations, and watched television
Name two African Americans in Ohio who held important roles in government in the 1960s. Carl Stokes, Louis Stokes
Name an important Ohioan in the women's movement. Gloria Steinem
What problems did women face in the workplace? equal pay, equal jobs
Why were the 1970s "bad" years for Ohio's economy? the factories were run down and unsafe, factories moved out of state, and workers lost their jobs
How do you think that competition from businesses in other countries affected Ohio? people bought products from other countries instead of buying Ohio products
Ohio leads the nation in the production of important products. What are they? steel, plastics, rubber
How is technology used in Ohio's factories? robots do som jobs and computers are used by all companies for all types of work
What did scientists at Wright-Patterson invent? super strong plastic used in airplanes, television, and computers
Ohio is the leading producer of what kind of cheese? swiss
What is one of Ohio's most famous hospitals? What is it known for? The Cleveland Clinic, heart transplants
What is Ohio's oldest mineral industry? salt mining
Which religion does the largest group of Ohioans practice? Catholic
What are the origins of many of Ohio's Catholics? Germany and Ireland
What was the purpose of the early Ohio State Fair? farmers were able to share their farming methods and their products
Which Ohioan was the first man on the moon? Neil Armstrong
Created by: SiemerKochHein



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