3 edition of Material civilization in America a century ago! found in the catalog.
Material civilization in America a century ago!
Robert Boyd McColl
|Other titles||Material civilization in America a century ago.|
|Statement||[By] Robert B. McColl.|
|Contributions||Newcomen society for the study of the history of engineering and technology, London.|
|LC Classifications||HC105 .M23|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||46007073|
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Material civilization in America a century ago. New York, Newcomen Society of England, American Branch, (OCoLC) Online version: McColl, Robert Boyd, Material civilization in America a century ago.
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When Samuel Huntington died on Christmas Eve ten years ago, at the age of eighty-one, his reputation was mixed. He was a giant in his field of political science and practically an institution unto himself at Harvard University, where he had taught for more than four decades—nearly six, in fact, but for a few years at Columbia University and serving in the Carter administration.
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