Dictionary of Industrial Archaeology

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Sutton, 2006 - Industrial archaeology - 462 pages
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This dictionary covers the period of the Industrial Revolution, the years between 1750 and 1850, when the major developments and technical advances occurred that are the concern of industrial archaeologists. This is the only book of its kind and designed for students, professionals and academics, railway and canal enthusiasts, and anyone interested in Britain's industrial history.

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Contents

The Dictionary
1
Indexes to Selected Industries
442
General Bibliography
459
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About the author (2006)

Jones is professor of African-American studies and religion at Florida State University

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