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Victorian technology : invention, innovation, and the rise of the machine / Herbert L. Sussman

Sussman, Herbert L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Santa Barbara : Praeger, 2009Description: XVIII, 169 p. : il. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 978-0-275-99169-2.Subject(s): Tecnología -- Gran Bretaña -- Historia -- 18 | Industria -- Gran Bretaña -- Historia -- 18 | Inventos -- Gran Bretaña -- Historia -- 18
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Victorian Technology: Invention, Innovation, and the Rise of the Machine captures the extraordinary surge of energy and invention that catapulted 19th-century England into the position of the worlds̕ first industrialized nation. It was an astonishing transformation, one that shaped - and was shaped by - the values of the Victorian era, and that laid the groundwork for the consumer-based society in which we currently live.Filled with vivid details and fascinating insights into the impact of the Industrial Revolution on peoples ̕lives, Victorian Technology locates the forerunners of the defining technologies of the our time in 19th-century England: the computer, the Internet, mass transit, and mass communication. Readers will encounter the innovative thinkers and entrepreneurs behind history-making breakthroughs in communications (the transatlantic cable, wireless communication), mass production (the integrated factory), transportation (railroads, gliders, automobiles), and more.

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