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  • ...r hand in hand with love in summer's wonderland; Go down to Kew in lilac-time (it isn't far from London!)</blockquote> ...tten records and oral traditions have brought together extended periods of time that are longer than a single human life. Also, written records unite the i
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  • ...t several other institutions of higher education.</p> <p>Thought of at one time to be an important industrial center, Columbus has changed through the 1900
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  • ...were more interested in farming and settling than fur trading. At the same time that the region was attracting the interest of Europeans, it was in the pro
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  • ...ayers and signing them to relatively cheap contracts for longer periods of time, the team began to escape the doldrums of the past thirty years. In 1995, t
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  • ...lang term &quot;buck&quot;, referring to a dollar, dates to pre-settlement time when deerskins (commonly called buckskins) were used to trade and barter fo ...ate Prehistoric people. These villages were occupied for longer periods of time and the corn grown by the Late Prehistoric culture attracted the deer. Its
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  • ...-1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" color="#003333">Geologic Periods <font size="-1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" color="#003333 ...o not find dinosaurs in Ohio: the deposits that were laid down during the time when the great reptiles lived are not present in the state.</p> <img w
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  • ...past, all of what is now Ohio was covered with water for long periods of time.</p>
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  • ...ess because they could not compete with their larger neighbors. There were periods of success for Ohio farmers, especially during World War I and World War II
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  • ...ll be directed by law. The number of Representatives shall, at the several periods of making such enumeration, be fixed by the Legislature, and apportioned am <p><strong>sec 6.</strong> The number of Senators shall, at the several periods of making the enumeration beforementioned, be fixed by the Legislature, and
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  • ...e members for the community. He was away from home for extended periods of time. Fearing the Indians, Bacon's wife pulled in the latch-string on the door t
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  • ...ontact American Indian peoples who produced cultural artifacts during this time, is named after the Adena Mound. Adena peoples thrived in southeastern Indi ...lls in the excavation of the Adena Mound as crude or even alarming, at the time Mills was conducting the work, they were considered to be state of the art.
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  • The Precambrian is the longest segment of geologic time, ranging from the formation of the earth 4.6 billion years ago to the begin ...n as the Grenville Mountains, that stretched from Canada to Texas. At this time, Ohio was part of the eastern edge of the North American continent (called
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  • ...g the Devonian. The outcropping rock record representing earliest Devonian time is absent, with one minor exception, in Ohio as much of the state was appar In Middle Devonian time the seas once again flooded Ohio and limy sediment began to accumulate. The
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  • ..., all of the Mesozoic Era, and almost all of the Cenozoic Era. During this time, the Appalachian Mountains reached their final height and were worn down an ...-Permian rocks once were present in much of the western half of the state. Periods of uplift during the Mesozoic and Cenozoic rejuvenated rivers and streams a
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  • ...is time period. Perhaps Ohio was too far offshore for these fishes at that time. Agnathan remains are unknown from Ohio Silurian rocks as well. </p> ...ects has served as the model for life of the coal swamps prevalent at this time.</p>
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  • ...eous Periods and is referred to as the age of reptiles. The Mesozoic was a time of warm climate and reptiles, many of them large, dominated the land, water
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  • ...se all of the entries in the encyclopedia based upon nine significant time periods in Ohio's history.
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  • Prehistory in Ohio refers to that period of time (see [[Ohio's Prehistoric Timeline]]) when people were living here, but did ...logy]] can show how the ways of life of Ohio's ancient people changed over time as they adapted to their surroundings. The oral traditions of modern Americ
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  • [[Category:Time Periods]]
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  • ...in ''Ohio History Central'' related to any of these periods, click on the time period of your choice.
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