6 edition of Nineteenth-century inventors found in the catalog.
Describes the lives and achievements of eight of the most important inventors of the nineteenth century, including Edison, Fulton, Hollerith, and McCormick.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||19th-century inventors.|
|Series||American profiles, American profiles (Facts on File, Inc.)|
|LC Classifications||T39 .N66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||91013584|
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An ex-library book. Written for layman and expert alike in the lively style Gray has come to be known for, the book reveals a wealth of fascinating details about individual torpedoes along with a panorama of naval opinions and insights into the trials and tribulations of the weapon pioneers of the nineteenth : Edwyn Gray.
Abstract. T here has been much writing about the many nineteenth-century inventors, from which it seems possible to obtain an accurate general picture of the manner in which they lived.
It is much less easy to be certain about how they worked and thought. The inventor’s mind must always be a matter of some mystery, although it ought to be possible to discover how far he based his work on Author: John Jewkes, David Sawers, Richard Stillerman.
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The late nineteenth century was an energetic era of inventions and entrepreneurial spirit. Building upon the mid-century Industrial Revolution in Great Britain, as well as answering the increasing call from Americans for efficiency and comfort, the country found itself in the grip of invention fever, with more people working on their big ideas than ever before.
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