Power and Energy

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Facts on File, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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An important aspect of the history of technology and development of industry is humankind's evolving ability to harness power, create energy, and then find new uses for them. Power and Energy presents in fascinating detail the most significant milestones in invention and innovation related to this important topic, showing how new ways of using power and generating energy have driven technical progress from the earliest days to the present. Illustrations accompany the engaging narrative, and a timeline, glossary, further reading list, and index provide easy access to the broad range of information contained within the book's pages.

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