Early immigration to Ohio was largely due to its location, with Lake Erie in the north and the Ohio River in the south. Canals and railroads also made it easier to access the Ohio area. The state began producing steel, rubber, machinery, and glass. Manufacturing sprang up in Cleveland, Toledo, and Cincinnati. Columbus is the capital of Ohio.
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