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J I Case Pioneer Engineers and Their Patents By Harold A Ralston
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This second edition contains the patents of inventors employed by J I Case in Racine, Wisconsin during the early years. The first edition was privately printed and copies were given to a number of... More > family members. A copy was also given to the Racine Heritage Museum with consent for printing and selling if desired. It contained about 90 patents. Often, since completing the first edition, I have been thinking there is a need to expand it to include Jesse Walrath of J I Case Threshing Machine Co. and engineers of the J I Case Plow Works Co. With these additions, there are about 170 patents listed, 1871 - 1941.< Less
The Other Side of England: PART II: NO BREAD, NO WORK, NO HOPE. By Joseph Canning
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England’s last revolution…when thousands of agricultural labourers, near to starving, living in abject poverty, without work, without bread and without hope, subject to the most... More > draconian laws in Europe and ruled by an unsympathetic Parliament of land-owning gentry, hoisted the black flag of anarchy and the ‘Tricolour’ of revolution and marched across the southern counties of England, destroying threshing machines, burning barns and straw stacks and terrorising the rich. ‘Bread or blood!’ they chanted and the Government of the day feared a Revolution had broken out. The Government’s response was swift and brutal…mass arrests, mass trials at special assize courts, hangings, gaolings and wholesale transportation to New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land.< Less
General Science By BERTHA M. CLARK, PH.D
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We hear a great deal about the conservation of our natural resources, such as forests and waterways; it is hoped that this book will show the vital importance of the conservation of human strength... More > and health, and the irreparable loss to society of energy uselessly dissipated, either in idle worry or in aimless activity. Most of us would reproach ourselves for lack of shrewdness if we spent for any article more than it was worth, yet few of us consider that we daily expend on domestic and business tasks an amount of energy far in excess of that actually required. The farmer who flails his grain instead of threshing it wastes time and energy; the housewife who washes with her hands alone and does not aid herself by the use of washing machine and proper bleaching agents dissipates energy sadly needed for other duties.< Less
General Science By BERTHA M. CLARK, PH.D
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We hear a great deal about the conservation of our natural resources, such as forests and waterways; it is hoped that this book will show the vital importance of the conservation of human strength... More > and health, and the irreparable loss to society of energy uselessly dissipated, either in idle worry or in aimless activity. Most of us would reproach ourselves for lack of shrewdness if we spent for any article more than it was worth, yet few of us consider that we daily expend on domestic and business tasks an amount of energy far in excess of that actually required. The farmer who flails his grain instead of threshing it wastes time and energy; the housewife who washes with her hands alone and does not aid herself by the use of washing machine and proper bleaching agents dissipates energy sadly needed for other duties.< Less

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