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From The Victorian Web (George P. Landow, Brown U., Et Al.)
Ages of Technology 
The Crystal Palace, or The Great Exhibition of 1851: An Overview (Vitcorian Web) (George Landow, Brown U.)
Jonathan F. Scott and Alexander Baltzly, The Life of the Industrial Worker in 19th-Century England (excerpts from 1830 textbook titled Readings in European History Since 1814) (Laura Del Col)
Victorian Economics: An Overview 
The Industrial Revolution (Rocky)
The Industrial Revolution (series of presentation slides on the topic) (K. Austin Kerr, Ohio State U.)
The Industrial Revolution: The Rise of Industrial Capitalism (St. Edwards C., Texas)
Science, Religion and Early Victorian Culture, 1780-1859 (Bibliography) (Graham Smith)
Canalia (online magazine "dedicated to Britain's historic canals and waterways") (Wordmaster Publishing)
John Cook, Materials From Lecture On
The Industrial Revolution 
Industrial Design 
Steven Jones (Loyola U., Chicago), Industrial Romanticism (course on late 18th- and early 19th-century literature and the Industrial Revolution)
The Life of the Industrial Worker in 19th-Century England (material from a 1930 history textbook) (Laura Del Col)
Leah Renold, "Gandhi: Patron Saint of the Industrialist" (U. Texas)
Arnold Toynbee, Lectures on The Industrial Revolution in England (1884) (three lectures by Toynbee)
James Watt
James Watt (brief biography) (Spartacus, UK)
Reminiscences of James Watt ("This article is copied from Robert Hart, "Reminiscences of James Watt:," Transactions of the Glasgow ArchŠological Society, 1st Series, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 1-7 (1859). ... This article contains the most-quoted account of the moment of Watt's in
Steam Models and General Description ("I have always thought that James Watt invented the steam engine. I now know that he did not ...")(Jos Kalse, The Netherlands)

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