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An Encyclopaedia of the history of technology

Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

Non-ferrous metals / A.S. Darling
Ferrous metals / W.K.V. Gale
The chemical and allied industries / Lance Day
Water, wind and animal power / J. Kenneth Major
Steam and internal combustion engines / E.F.C. Somerscales
Electricity / Brian Bowers
Engineering, methods of manufacture and production / A.K. Corry
Roads, bridges and vehicles / Ian McNeil
Inland waterways / John Boyes
Ports and shipping / A.W.H. Pearsall
Rail / P.J.G. Ransom
Aeronautics / J.A. Bagley
Spaceflight / John Griffiths
Language, writing, printing and graphics arts / Lance Day
Information: timekeeping, computing, telecommunications and audiovisual technologies / Herbert Ohlman
Agriculture: the production and preservation of food and drink / Andrew Patterson
Textiles and clothing / Richard Hills
Building and architecture / Doreen Yarwood
The domestic interior: technology and the home / Doreen Yarwood
Public utilities / R.S. Buchanan
Weapons and armour / Charles Messenger.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Other Titles Encyclopedia of the history of technology

The Physical Object

Pagination xv, 1062 p. :
Number of pages 1062

ID Numbers

Open Library OL15389887M
Internet Archive isbn_9780415147927
ISBN 10 0415147921
OCLC/WorldCat 36231160
Library Thing 2472567
Goodreads 4672822

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