Along the Trout Stream

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Title: Along the Trout Stream
Author: Niebergall, Ernst
Description: Trout were introduced in Ohio waters when Dr. E. Sterling of Cleveland, Ohio, put eggs in Cold Creek in 1868. Mr. Hoyt of the Castalia Milling Company suggested the experiment. Under Dr. Sterling's supervision, the eggs hatched into fish that thrived. When the pen holding the fish broke, Cold Creek became a trout stream.
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Date: 19, 1909

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