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Scientific American Illustrations
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Cataloging 19th Century Periodical Images
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MID-19th CENTURY SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN ILLUSTRATIONS
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Online Index of Illustrations From Scientific American, 1859-1860, and the Geography of American Invention
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The Characteristics of a Professional Website-Database Interface: Remaking an Online Index of Scientific American Illustrations
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The physical and social impact of truss bridges
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Deriving a Stackable Solar Panel System Design from Historic Underpinnings
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Nineteenth-Century Scientific American Illustrations and the Development of American Mechanical Drawing
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The Effects of material production on artistic and technological expression
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WPI save our treasures IQP -- The Higgins Armory Museum.
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The Vermont Bridge at Old Sturbridge Village: A Simplification of Earlier Work
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Specialization of industry and agriculture in central Massachusetts from 1790 to 1860
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History and physics -- the covered bridge at Old Sturbridge Village.
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Applying MapInfo to Worcester County census data.
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Worcester County return valuations
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Campus centers and community.
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Education at the Alden Planetarium.
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Use of proposed technologies at the Worcester EcoTarium
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The Reed-Sargent find -- ceramics tell the story
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Historic preservation and restoration of Worcester.
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A Local history of the Blackstone Canal.
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Evaluation of the "What is life?" exhibit at the Worcester Ecotarium.
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Frida, Freud, and the surrealist connection
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Children's toys and art : an investigation of the relationship between children's playthings and the history of art and industrial design
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Scientific American’s Impact on America: Scientific American Illustrations
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Archives Web Site: Unbuilt WPI
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CATALOGING AND HISTORY OF MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN ILLUSTRATIONS
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Scientific American as a Mid-Nineteenth Century Middleman: The Periodical’s Role as a Liaison between the Public and Inventors
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The Expansion of Educational Science Articles in Scientific American
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