1. Current Bibliography in the History of Technology (1996-1997)
  2. Henry Lowood
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  1. Bibliography
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  1. Author Index (1996-1997)
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  1. Subject Index (1996-1997)
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  1. When Computers Were Women
  2. Jennifer S. Light
  3. pp. 455-483
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  1. Ski-Dogs, Pol-Cats, and the Mechanization of Winter: The Development of Recreational Snowmobiling in North America
  2. Leonard S. Reich
  3. pp. 484-516
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  1. System in the South: John W. Mallet, Josiah Gorgas, and Uniform Production at the Confederate Ordnance Department
  2. Steven G. Collins
  3. pp. 517-544
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  1. Mulholland Highway and the Engineering Culture of Los Angeles in the 1920s
  2. Matthew W. Roth
  3. pp. 545-575
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  1. Longbow and Hackbutt: Weapons Technology and Technology Transfer in Early Modern England
  2. Gervase Phillips
  3. pp. 576-593
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  1. Kill Devil Hills, 17 December 1903
  2. Tom D. Crouch
  3. pp. 595-598
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  1. A history of modern European technology: the Propyläen Technikgeschichte
  2. Michael Thad Allen
  3. pp. 599-606
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  1. No Mere Technicalities: How Things Work and Why It Matters
  2. Robert C. Post
  3. pp. 607-622
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  1. Awards
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  1. Organizational Notes: The Baltimore Meeting, 15-18 October 1998
  2. Society for the History of Technology. Meeting (40th : 1998 : Baltimore, Md.)
  3. pp. 638-647
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  1. Major Problems in the History of American Technology (review)
  2. Stephen H. Cutcliffe
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  1. Maps and Politics
  2. Josef W. Konvitz
  3. pp. 650-652
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  1. Cats' Paws and Catapults: Mechanical Worlds of Nature and People (review)
  2. Frederick Allen
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  1. Historical Archaeology and the Study of American Culture
  2. Laurie A. Wilkie
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  1. Gendered Practices: Feminist Studies of Technology and Society
  2. Rebecca M. Herzig
  3. pp. 655-657
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  1. The Engineering of Medieval Cathedrals
  2. Richard Alfred Sundt
  3. pp. 657-658
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  1. Technology and Resource Use in Medieval Europe: Cathedrals, Mills, and Mines
  2. John Muendel
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  1. Territorial Ambitions and the Gardens of Versailles
  2. Claudia Lazzaro
  3. pp. 660-662
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  1. Jefferson's Memorandum Books: Accounts, with Legal Records and Miscellany, 1767-1826
  2. Charles M. Harris
  3. pp. 662-664
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  1. Controlling from Afar: The Daoguang Emperor's Management of the Grand Canal Crisis, 1824-1826
  2. Mark Elvin
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  1. American Railroads
  2. Jon R. Huibregtse
  3. pp. 666-667
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  1. Bayerns Weg zur Eisenbahn: Joseph von Baader und die Fruhzeit der Eisenbahn in Bayern 1800 bis 1835
  2. Frederick C. Gamst
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  1. Capitalism, Politics, and Railroads in Prussia, 1830-1870
  2. Raymond G. Stokes
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  1. Lightning Wires: The Telegraph and China's Technological Modernization, 1860-1890
  2. J. R. Selman
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  1. Colonialism, Chemical Technology, and Industry in Southern India, 1880-1937
  2. Tara Sethia
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  1. Cuban Sugar in the Age of Mass Production: Technology and the Economics of the Sugar Central, 1899-1929
  2. Alejandro García Alvarez
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  1. The Rational Factory: Architecture, Technology, and Work in America's Age of Mass Production
  2. Bruce Edsall Seely
  3. pp. 677-679
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  1. Productivity and Performance in the Paper Industry: Labour, Capital, and Technology in Britain and America, 1860-1914
  2. Richard Leslie Hills
  3. pp. 679-681
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  1. The Engine That Could: 75 Years of Values-Driven Change at Cummins Engine Company
  2. Albert J. Churella
  3. pp. 681-683
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  1. Networks of Innovation: Vaccine Development at Merck, Sharp & Dohme, and Mulford, 1895-1995
  2. W. Bernard Carlson
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  1. Endless Frontier: Vannevar Bush, Engineer of the American Century
  2. Ross Knox Bassett
  3. pp. 685-686
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  1. Sparks and Flames: Ignition in Engines--An Historical Approach
  2. Ray E. Hooley
  3. pp. 687-688
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  1. A History of Aerodynamics and Its Impact on Flying Machines
  2. Roger D. Launius
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  1. The Winning Edge: Naval Technology in Action, 1939-1945
  2. Russell I. Fries
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  1. The Invention of Communication
  2. Aristotle Tympas
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  1. Ma Kiley: The Life of a Railroad Telegrapher
  2. Janet F. Davidson
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  1. J.M.W. Turner: Romantic Painter of the Industrial Revolution, and: John Ferguson Weir: The Labor of Art
  2. John F. Kasson
  3. pp. 697-700
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  1. The Engine of Visualization: Thinking Through Photography
  2. Joanne Lukitsh
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  1. Burning with Desire: The Conception of Photography
  2. Patricia A. Johnston
  3. pp. 702-705
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  1. Real Fantasies: Edward Steichen's Advertising Photography
  2. Regina Lee Blaszczyk
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  1. Cinema and the Invention of Modern Life
  2. George Potamianos
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  1. Any Sound You Can Imagine: Making Music/Consuming Technology
  2. Susan Schmidt Horning
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  1. Karaoke Around the World: Global Technology, Local Singing
  2. Edward Jay Pershey
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  1. Rethinking Home Economics: Women and the History of a Profession
  2. Janet Lynne Golden
  3. pp. 713-715
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  1. Artistry and Ingenuity in Artificial Stone: Indiana's Concrete Bridges, 1900-1942
  2. Steven A. Walton
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  1. Drawing Blood: Technology and Disease Identity in Twentieth-Century America
  2. Melbourne Tapper
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  1. Rationalizing Medical Work: Decision-Support Techniques and Medical Practices
  2. Marcia Meldrum
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  1. Brainchildren: Essays on Designing Minds
  2. S. Bennett
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  1. In This Issue
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