From Millwrights to Shipwrights to the Twenty-First Century: Explorations in a History of Technical Communication in the United States

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Hampton Press, 1998 - Science - 464 pages
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This text divides the history of American technical communication into three themes: the importance of visual communication (1791-1887); the power of genre (1791-1980); and the role of technical communicators as innovators within constraints (1948-1954).

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Introduction The Role of Clio the Muse of History
Oliver Evans and the Weave of Text and Graphics
The Changing Weave of Text and Graphics

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