Book ID: CBB000035139

Early American technology: Making and doing things from the Colonial Era to 1850 (1994)

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Description Contents: McGaw, Judith A.: Introduction: The experience of early American technology. Post, Robert C.: Technology in early America: A view from the 1990s. Hindle, Brooke: The exhilaration of early American technology: An essay. Klepp, Susan E.: Lost, hidden, obstructed, and repressed: Contraceptive and abortive technology in the early Delaware Valley. McMahon, Sarah F.: “Publick service” versus “mans properties”: Dock Creek and the origins of urban technology in eighteenth-century Philadelphia. O'Bannon, Patrick W.: Inconsiderable progress: Commercial brewing in Philadelphia before 1840. McMahon, Sarah F.: Laying foods by: Gender, dietary decisions, and the technology of food preservation in New England households, 1750-1850. Jackson, Donald C.: Roads most traveled: Turnpikes in southeastern Pennsylvania. Gordon, Robert B.: Custom and consequence: Early nineteenth-century origins of the environmental and social costs of mining anthracite. Cooper, Carolyn C.: A patent transformation: Woodworking mechanization in Philadelphia, 1830-1856. McGaw, Judith A.: “So much depends upon a red wheelbarrow”: Agricultural tool ownership in the eighteenth-century mid-Atlantic. Lerman, Nina E.: Books on early American technology, 1966-1991. APPENDIX: Hindle, Brooke's pre-1966 bibliography.


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Authors & Contributors
Mom, Gijs
Nový, Luboš
Neustadter, Roger
Dienel, Hans-Liudger
Sumner, James
Angevine, Robert G.
Journals
Technology and Culture
IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
Extrapolation
Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology
British Journal for the History of Science
Environmental History
Publishers
Ustav Československych a světovych dějin ČSAV
Palgrave
Newcomen Society
Concepts
Technology
Military technology
Railroads
Automobiles
Computers and computing
Engineering
People
Leopold, Jacob
Hindle, Brooke
Time Periods
20th century
19th century
18th century
20th century, early
17th century
21st century
Places
North America: United States; Canada
United States
Netherlands
China
Americas
Great Britain
Institutions
United States. Army
International Business Machines Corporation
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