The Story of America's Bridges

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Replica Books, Jul 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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Traces the history of bridges in America, focusing on the people and technology involved in the construction of wooden, iron, suspension, cantilever, and modern-day bridges.

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Contents

Wooden Bridges in America 18001830
8
New Challenges and Solutions 18291871
15
James Eads Opens the Age of Steel 18671874
22
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RAY SPANGENBURG, with Kit Moser has written many books on science and the history of science, including Niels Boher: Gentle Genius of Denmark (1995) and the "On the Shoulders of Giants" series (1994)