The Industrial Revolution

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Oxford University Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Foreign Language Study - 64 pages
What did developments in the harnessing of power (wind, water, steam) and methods of transport (canals, roads, railroads) do for the average family? Here's the story of how nothing was ever the same after the amazing advances of the industrial age.

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About the Editors:
Series Editor Rodney Dale is a professional writer and editor who has spent a lifetime writing books at all levels on engineering and technology topics. Henry Dale specialized in aircraft simulator maintenance and computers before turning to writing. His experience of parachuting and hang-gliding
has brought him closer to the pioneers of flight. Rebecca Weaver is a former teacher with a special interest in 18th and 19th century history.

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