By William Gurstelle
Industrial Revolutionaries is the second one quantity in William Gurstelle's targeted exploration of history's nice inventors. each one bankruptcy revisits the lifestyles and occasions of 1 of the forward-thinking revolutionaries who helped create the realm we are living in. you won't merely find out about their nice innovations, you will additionally get step by step directions for recreating them your self. historical past will come to existence as you could have by no means skilled it ahead of if you happen to construct it together with your personal fingers. within this quantity, you are going to discover:
- Joseph McKibben and the Air Muscle
- Squire Whipple and the Iron Bridge
- Abe Lincoln and the crusade Torch
- Samuel Morse and the Telegraph
- J.F. Daniell and the garage Battery
- Ben Franklin and the Leyden Jar
- Charles Goodyear and the Vulcanization of Rubber
Be certain to additionally try out ReMaking background, quantity 1: Early Makers and ReMaking heritage, quantity three: Makers of the fashionable World.
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ReMaking History, Volume 2: Industrial Revolutionaries by William Gurstelle