Ohio

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July 5, 2022

Ohio is a state in the north-central part of the United States, above Lake Erie. Area 116,096 km²; population 11,544,951 (2011) residents. The capital is Columbus, the main cities are: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, Akron, Toledo, Youngstown, Canton. The relief is upland and lowland (Central lowland).

Features

The Ohio River, Lake Erie, Snake Hill, 405 m long and 5 m across, built by the Hopewell Indians around the 2nd-1st centuries BC. is.

Economics

Coal mining, ferrous metallurgy, mechanical engineering, aircraft and car manufacturing, chemicals, rubber, office equipment, oil refining. In agriculture — intensive cultivation of corn, soybeans (Corn-Soy Belt region, corn-soybean belt), forage grasses; breeding of cattle and pigs; water transport (St. Lawrence Waterway).

Linguistic composition of the population (2010) [1]

Administrative organization

Famous people

Thomas Edison, John Glenn, Paul Newman, General Sherman, Orville Wright; six presidents (Garfield, Grant, Harding, Harrison, Hayes and McKinley), Josh Dunn, Tyler Joseph.

History

Was surveyed for France by Robert La Salle in 1669; transferred by France to England in 1763; the first settlement of Europeans in Marietta (the capital of the Northwest Territory) was founded in 1788; became a state in 1803.

Ukrainians in Ohio

The main cities of Ukrainian settlements are Cleveland, Youngstown, Akron. "Ukrainian village" in the suburbs of Cleveland - Parma, Ohio. According to the 2000 US Census, there were 47,228 people of Ukrainian ethnic origin living in Ohio. According to a 3-year estimate from the US Census Bureau's American Community Surveys website, Ohio was home to: in 2005-2007 — 45,311 people of Ukrainian ethnic origin, in 2006-2008 — 47,178 people, in 2007-2009 — 47,889 people, in 2008-2010 — 47,256 people, in 2009-2011 — 45,235 people. See also 439 Ohio is an asteroid named after the state.

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