Machines in the Home by Rebecca Weaver, Rodney Dale


Machines in the Home by Rebecca Weaver, Rodney Dale

This description of how machines in the home were developed and how they revolutionized the drudgery of housework is part of a series covering the history of science and technology. It is intended for students of 14 years and upwards, their teachers and students of social and economic history.

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64 pages


Rebecca Weaver, Rodney Dale
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16th November 1992



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