It was 1908. No Internet, no tv, and we were still 12 years away from the first radio station.
-The average worker made .20/hr.
-Theodore Roosevelt was the President of the U.S., Wilfrid Laurier was our Prime Minister and BC’s Premier was Richard McBride.
-14% of homes had a bathtub.
-8% of the homes had a telephone.
-There were 8,000 cars and 144 miles of paved roads in the US.
-98% of all doctors did not have a college education.
-There was no Tim Hortons, but you could make your own coffee for fifteen cents a pound– (that’s .003 per cup).
-The Cubs won the World Series.
It’s been a very long time.
Subject: How much turmoil does the science project cause families?
An A+ for Susan Messina. Here’s a link to the whole story.
I just Googled peach juice, it still exists…