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  • [[Category:Natural History Topics]]
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  • ...tment of Natural Resources' Wildlife Diversity Fund.</p>[[Category:History Topics]]
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  • ...r pelts. Europeans viewed North America as a land of opportunity with vast natural resources, including fur-bearing mammals. In addition to the beaver, other [[Category:History Topics]][[Category:Exploration To Statehood]][[Category:American Indians]][[Catego
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  • ...d early twentieth centuries, the demand for coal began to decline. Oil and natural gas became more popular fuel sources, creating less pollution and increasin [[Category:History Topics]][[Category:Early Statehood]][[Category:Business and Industry]]
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  • ...the early 1900s, many businesses began locating new power sources. Oil and natural gas began to replace coal, slowly ending the coal industry in Ohio.</p> ...gainst their employers but were unsuccessful in their attempts. As oil and natural gas became more popular sources of energy, economic conditions in the coal
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  • ...ar because the country's enemies succeeded in cutting off German access to natural rubber. Upon World War I's conclusion, synthetic rubber remained too costly ...t had declined dramatically, but it still proved to be more expensive than natural rubber. With the shortage of rubber in the United States during World War I
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  • ...uot, as it seems to suggest that peoples and cultures so-designated lack a history, or exist more &quot;primitively&quot on a problematic cultural-evolutionar ...or Calendar?</em></strong> Jack Blosser and Robert C. Glotzhober, The Ohio History Connection, Columbus, 1995.</li>
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  • ...the zoos that led the way in creating enclosures that simulate a gorilla's natural environment, allowing them to live more fulfilling lives and enlarging huma [[Category:History Topics]][[Category:The Cold War and Civil Rights]][[Category:Sports and Recreation
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  • ...ar because the country's enemies succeeded in cutting off German access to natural rubber. Upon World War I's conclusion, synthetic rubber remained too costly ...t had declined dramatically, but it still proved to be more expensive than natural rubber. Fortunately, in 1940, B.F. Goodrich Company scientist Waldo Semon d
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  • ...ch-and-sniff technology to allow its customers to distinguish the smell of natural gas. </p>Perhaps the most important contribution of microencapsulation was [[Category:History Topics]][[Category:The Cold War and Civil Rights]][[Category:Business and Industry
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  • ...tions in December 1917. The firm needed natural gas to heat the glass. The natural gas shortage caused the M.F. Christensen and Son Company to scale back prod [[Category:History Topics]]
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  • <p>During the late 1800s Toledo, Ohio was the site of large supplies of natural gas and high silica-content sandstone, two items necessary for glass manufa [[Category:History Topics]]
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  • <p>Officials believed that the man died from natural causes. The Littleton Funeral Home embalmed the body. Hoping to identify Eu ...rsity took Eugene's body to Columbus, Ohio. </p> &nbsp;[[Category:History Topics]][[Category:Great Depression and World War II]][[Category:African Americans
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  • ...ioMemory.org. Ohio Memory is the collaborative digital library of the Ohio History Connection and the State Library of Ohio, which includes collections from m ...als interested in primary sources related to the topics introduced on Ohio History Central should visit [http://www.ohiomemory.org www.ohiomemory.org].
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  • ...are aligned with the three areas or academic disciplines in which the Ohio History Connection collects and preserves Ohio's material heritage. == [[:Category:History | History]] ==
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