Major Problems in the History of American Technology: Documents and Essays
Merritt Roe Smith, Gregory K. Clancey
Houghton Mifflin, 1998 - History - 524 pages
This entry in the Major Problems in American History series examines the history of technology in America, from colonial times to the present. Each of the 14 chapters contains an introduction, secondary readings, documents, headnotes, and suggested readings.
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