MALVERN, Pa., September 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Accessible Archives, Inc., a digital publisher of historical full-text collections of primary sources, announces the publication of a new primary source collection – Invention and Technology in America: American Inventors, Part I: 1878-1882 and Part II: 1883-1887.
Invention and Technology in America: American Inventor offers an exclusive opportunity to examine the history of American inventions and the interaction of technology with social, economic, and cultural change during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Building on the boom of the American Industrial Revolution, America found itself in the grip of inventiveness. The public was looking for ways to cope with an increasingly complex everyday life – inventions often provided the answers, even if the inventors themselves were largely unaware of the life-changing nature of their ideas.
the American inventor was one of the most famous illustrated inventions and mechanical journals of the late 19th century, published in Cincinnati, Ohio from 1878 to 1887, by JS Zerbe. The publication achieved a large national circulation and was read by the general public, inventors, patent attorneys and lawyers, and mechanics of all kinds. As announced in its banner – “… Journal Devoted Exclusively to … Art, Science, and Manufactures” – this publication presented information about inventions in agriculture, construction and engineering, and infrastructure, especially transportation, electricity and communications.
Iris L. Hanney, President of Unlimited Priorities, stated, “This new collection is a recommended resource for academic libraries who are expanding their primary source coverage of the history of science and technology in America in the late 19th century.NS Century. the American inventor invites users to step back in time and become an active participant in the compelling story of America’s inventive time. “
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