#healing Image from page 354 of “The Americana : a universal reference library, comprising the arts and sciences, literature, history, biograhy, geography, commerce, etc., of the world” (1903)

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Image from page 354 of “The Americana : a universal reference library, comprising the arts and sciences, literature, history, biograhy, geography, commerce, etc., of the world” (1903)
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Identifier: americanaunivers15beac
Title: The Americana : a universal reference library, comprising the arts and sciences, literature, history, biograhy, geography, commerce, etc., of the world
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Beach, Frederick Converse, 1848-1918 Rines, George Edwin, 1860- Scientific American, inc
Subjects: Encyclopedias and dictionaries
Publisher: New York : Scientific American compiling dept.
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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ng southwestward, of which Toledois the distributing point. This natural advan-tage is supplemented by the railway system, thecity being the centre of 14 trunk lines, makingdirect communication to the Atlantic on theeast and the Pacific on the west, with directlines north and south. These trunk lines, in-cluding their branches, give a grand total of 27,making Toledo second only to Chicago in thenumber of railroads. All of the trunk roadsreaching the city have dock facilities, with regu-lar steamer connections to all important lakeports. The location of Toledo makes it the mostconvenient shipping point for a large portion ofthe winter-wheat belt, and it is one of the mostimportant primary grain markets of the UnitedStates, after Chicago. It has 12 grain elevators,with a storage capacity of 8.500,000 bushels.The grain, brought by rail, from the interior,goes eastward by lake to Buffalo, and thenceto seaboard. Toledo is the leading clover-seedmarket of the world and its quotations govern

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1. The Maumee Uiver at Toledo. 2. The Toletlo Ilililic Library. TOLEDO the prices of clover-seed for the United States.In igoo, Toledo received over 55,000,000 bushelsof wheat, corn, rye, oats and barley. Toledo is one of the largest shipping portsfor soft coal in the world. This conies by railfrom the mines of West Virginia, southern andeastern Ohio, and Pennsylvania, and is trans-ported by water to all ports on the upper Lakes.The Ohio Central, Hocking Valley, and Penn-sylvania railroads have immense docks on theriver front, with steam apparatus by which acarload of coal at a time is shot into the holdsof a vessel. Similar appliances are used for therapid unloading of iron ore coming fromthe Lake Superior mines, which is shipped by thesame roads to the iron furnaces in southernOhio, to mix with the native ores, thus produc-ing a superior quality of iron and steel. Thereis also a very large trade done in lumber, salt,etc.. Toledo being the largest distributing pointon the Lakes for c

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20060108 duke forest 8
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Image by schizoform
"Water Springs Eternal – Springs, natural sources of water issuing from the ground, often were utilized by landowners as a supplement to their main water supply or as their primary water supply. The reinforced spring walls seen here make have been established by a farmer to create a watering hole for livestock and for domestic use." (sign on shepherd nature trail in duke forest)

Strange, to go for a hike in the woods and find evidence of human hands shaping even the "undeveloped" spaces…

Elderly Woman Stands in Destroyed Home
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Image by uncultured
This elderly victim of Cyclone Aila stands inside her destroyed home. She still lives here despite the fact that Cyclone Aila has taken all of her possessions away. The foundation is washed away and this home is not properly anchored to the ground anymore. As the Save the Children disaster manager told me, the house could fall any minute.

"Looks at what hardship we live in" she told me.

This photo is a supplement to a video on YouTube. You can see that video here:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kJEGvY6_QY

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