History of Technology
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Pre-Recorded Lectures or Podcasts
- UC Davis Lecture Series on the Economic History of the World, up to and including the Industrial Revolution
Individual or Unique Sessions or Episodes
- Sample 2
- Hoke, Donald R. Ingenious Yankees: The Rise of the American System of Manufactures in the Private Sector. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990. Print.
- Hounshell, David A. From the American System to Mass Production (Book)|From the American System to Mass Production, 1800-1932: the Development of Manufacturing Technology in the United States. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984. Print.
- Meyer, David R. Networked Machinists: High Technology Industries in Antebellum America. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2006. Print.
- Battison, William A. "Eli Whitney and the Milling Machine." Smithsonian Journal of History 1 (1966): 9-34. Print.
- Battison, William A. "A New Look at the "Whitney" Milling Machine." Technology and Culture 14.4 (Oct 1973): 592-598. Print.
- Behagg, Clive. "'Mass Production Without the Factory: Craft Producers, Guns and Small Firm Innovation, 1790-1815.'" Business History 40.3 (Jul 1998), 1-15.
- Gordon, Robert B. "'Simeon North, John Hall, and Mechanized Manufacturing.'" Technology and Culture 30.1 (1989), 179-188. Print.
- Gordon, Robert B. "'Who Turned the Mechanical Ideal into Mechanical Reality?'" Technology and Culture 29.4 (1988), 744-778.
- Rosenberg, Nathan. "'Technological Change in the Machine Tool Industry, 1840-1910.'" The Journal of Economic History 23.4 (1963): 414-443.
- Sample 2
- Smithsonian Institute (USA)
- American Precision Museum (Windsor, VT)
- Computer History Museum (Mountain View, CA)
- Auburn University's History of Technology program (Auburn, AL)
- Society for the History of Technology