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time line

Brady Anderson

on 4 February 2010

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Transcript of 1800-1850

Engineering 1800-1850 Telegraph-1836
Samuel F. B. Morse
Joseph Aspdin 1832-Cylinder process of making glass
Chance Brothers 1804-Jacqward Loom
J.M. Jacquard 1827-Microphone
Charles Wheatstone 1800-Battery
Count Alessandro Volta 1809-Electric Light
Humphry Davy 1834-Refrigerator
Jacob Perkins 1827-Modern Matches
John Walker 1829-Typewriter
W.A. Burt 1839-Bicycle
Kirkpatrick Macmillan 1845-Sewing Machine
Elias Howe 1842-Grain Elevator
Joseph Dart 1847-Antisceptics
Ignaz Semmelweis 1810-Tin Can
Peter Durand The End
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