The Effect Of Transportation Systems On The Early Economic Development Of Indiana's Counties
Twelfth graders analyze the impact of transportation systems on the early economic development of Indiana's counties. They examine U.S. Census records, analyze data, and prepare a graphical depiction of the rates at which sample communities grew.
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