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The subsoil of the State conceals important mineral resources (coal, oil, natural gas, salt), while agriculture, very prosperous, is practiced intensively and scientist.

The vegetable and fruit crops, maize and soy - whose Ohio is one of the first national producers -, cereals (wheat, oats), sugar beet, tobacco and livestock (pigs, cattle, poultry) constitute indeed, the essential part of the State's agricultural activities. Fishing on Lake Eriť, previously very dynamic, has experienced some difficulties for some years due to water pollution.

Industry

Ohio has been a highly industrialized state since the nineteenth century, whose sectors of activity offer remarkable diversification: oil refining, steel, chemistry, mechanics, glass, wood, rubber and plastic, textiles and agri-food.

Search for private schools in Ohio? Here is a directory of K-12 schools in the state of Ohio listed county by county. Please follow the link below to see all private K12 schools in your county of Ohio.
Ohio Private Schools by County
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Major Cities in Ohio

Akron

Akron is a city in the state of Ohio in the United States. It is located southeast of Cleveland and has about 200,000 residents, including all suburbs about 703,000. Until the 1990's, he was the world's largest center for the rubber industry, including our car tires of the brand Bridgestone – Firestone, Goodyear and others produced here. After a sharp decline in the rubber industry, the population has halved since the 1970's, and only Goodyear is one of the major tire manufacturers. The city has a university.

Cincinnati

Cincinnati, a city in the state of Ohio in the United States. It has about 320,000 residents, or about 2.1 million suburbs. The city has a large and diverse industry, and is the economic center of the Ohio Valley. Elsewhere, there are several universities, colleges and museums in Cincinnati.

Cleveland

Cleveland is a port city in the state of Ohio in the United States. It is located by Lake Eriesjøen and has about 464,000 residents, including all suburbs about 3.1 million. Cleveland is the endpoint of the Ohio – Erie Canal. The city has an automotive and steel industry and several oil refineries, and since the 2000's he has been our center for development in high technology, biotechnology and the computer industry. Cleveland has several universities and colleges.

The city was founded in 1796.

Columbus

Columbus, city ​​and capital of the state of Ohio in the United States. He has about 1.6 million residents with suburbs. The city is a transport hub with a diverse industry. Columbus also has three universities.

Dayton

Dayton, a city ​​in the state of Ohio in the United States, north of Cincinnati. He has about 1 million residents with the suburbs. Dayton is the hometown of Orville and Wilbur Wright, who in 1903 completed the first controlled flight in the world. Today, the largest air base in the United States is located in Dayton, in addition to a military aviation research laboratory. The city has a lot of industry and has had a university since 1850. The peace agreement for the former Yugoslavia was signed here on November 21, 1995.

Springfield

Springfield, a city ​​in the state of Ohio in the United States with about 64,000 residents. Springfield was founded in 1799 and has had a university since 1845.

Toledo

Toledo, a city ​​in the state of Ohio in the United States, on Lake Erie. With suburbs, it has about 642,000 residents. Toledo is a port city for traffic on the great lakes. The city has otherwise between another university and art museum.

Youngstown

Youngstown, a city ​​in the state of Ohio in the United States, northwest of Pittsburgh. He has about 621,000 residents with suburbs. The area has a number of iron and steel mills in addition to the machinery industry. Youngstown was founded in 1797.

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