The industrial revolution begins

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Published in cooperation with Cambridge University Press [by] Lerner Communications Co., 1980 - Business & Economics - 51 pages
An account of Coalbrookdale in western England's Severn Valley, scene of some of the earliest and most interesting developments of the Industrial Revolution. Also discusses the work of iron manufacturers like Alexander Darby, an industrial pioneer.

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Contents

The Severn Gorge in 1700 p
5
Steam power p
15
Wrought iron p
22
Transport p
33
Coalbrookdale and the New Iron Age p
42
Index p
49
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