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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)
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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)
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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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