IA Volumes 21 to 30


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Volume 30, Number 2

Articles

“The “Poor Man’s Mill”: A Rich Vernacular Legacy,”  Thad M. VanBueren

The Locomotives at Betchworth Lime Works in Southern England,” Anthony S.Travis

Published in 2004, back issues available.

Volume 30, Number 1

Articles

“Designing American Lenticular Truss Bridges 1878-1900,” Thomas Boothby

“A Large Business: The Clintonville (NY) Site, Resources, and Scale at Adirondack Bloomery Forges,” Gordon C. Pollard and Haagen D. Klaus

Published in 2004, back issues available.

Volume 29, Number 2

Articles

“Gold and Tailings: The Standard Mill at Bodie, California,” Fredric L. Quivik

“Cutting It Back and Burning It Black: Archaeological Investigations of Charcoal Production in the Missouri Ozarks,” James R. Wettstaed

“Heads, Tails, and Decisions In-Between: The Archaeology of Mining Wastes,” Paul J.White

Published in 2003, back issues available.

Volume 29, Number 1

THEME ISSUE: WATERPOWER, THE LACHINE CANAL, AND THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT OF MONTREAL

Articles

Introduction: “Waterpower, the Lachine Canal, and the Industrial Development of Montreal,” Terry S. Reynolds

Behind the Scene of the Lachine Canal Landscape,” Yvon Desloges

Navigation and Waterpower: Adaptation and Technology on Canadian Canals,” Pauline Desjardins

Steam of Water Power? Thomas C. Keefer and the Engineers Discuss the Montreal Waterworks in 1852,” Susan M. Ross

A Precipitous Decline, Steam as a Motive Power in Montreal: A Case Study of the Lachine Canal Industries,” Alain Gelly

Published in 2003, back issues available.

Volume 28, Number 2

Articles

“The Aldrich Change Bridge: Evaluation of the Strength of Historic Bridge Iron,” Robert Gordon and Robert Knopf

“Enlightening the Past: The Phoenix Illuminating Gas and Electric Light Company,” J.Homer Thiel

“Gravity Unloading of Carts and Wagons: A Century of Experimentation,” I. B. Holley

Published in 2002, back issues available.

Volume 28, Number 1

THEME ISSUE: IA IN ART

Articles

Introduction: “The Art of American Industry,” Betsy Fahlman

“Pennsylvania’s Anthracite Mines and Miners: A Portrait of the Industry in America Art, c. 1860–1940,” Jadviga M. da Costa Nunes

“John Willard Raught, Corwin Knapp Linson, and Stephen Crane: Picturing the Pennsylvania Coal Industry in Word and Image,” Eric J. Schruers

“Deep Tunnels and Burning Flues: The Unexpected Political Drama in 1930s Industrial Production Prints,” Helen Langa

“Vulcan: Birmingham’s Industrial Colossus,” Matthew A. Kierstead

Published in 2002, back issues available.

Volume 27, Number 2

Articles

“‘… A Monument to Misguided Enterprise’: The Carp River Bloomery Iron Forge,” David Landon, Patrick Martin, Andrew Sewell, Paul White, Timothy Tumberg, and Jason Menard

“America’s 19th Century British-Style Fireproof Factories,” Sara E. Wermiel

“Steamrollers: Those Majestic Machines,” I. B. Holley Jr.

Published in 2001, back issues available.

Volume 27, Number 1

Articles

“The Covered Locks of Wood Creek,” Philip Lord, Jr.

“The Montevecchio Mining District: Industrial Archeology in SW Sardinia, Italy,” Gabriele Cruciani

“Industrial Archeology: An Aggressive Agenda,” Laurence F. Gross

“Whither Industrial Archeology?” Charles K. Hyde

Published in 2001, back issues available.

Volume 26, Number 2

Articles

“The Industrial Archeology of Retail Coal Yards in Upstate New York,” Daniel D. Mayer

“Safety and Showmanship: Corporate Requirements for the Hardy Hydroelectric Plant,” Cynthia de Miranda

“The World Heritage Convention As a Medium for Promoting the Industrial Heritage,” Henry Cleere

“Speaking in Tongues: The Multiple Voices of Fieldwork in Industrial Archeology,” Donald L. Hardesty

“Archeology or Heritage Management: The Conflict of Objectives in the Training of Industrial Archeologists ,”Marilyn Palmer

“Landscapes as Industrial Artifacts: Lessons from Environmental History,” Fredric L. Quivik

“Coming to Terms with the 20th Century: Changing Perceptions of the British Industrial Past,” Barrie Trinder

Published in 2000, back issues available.

Volume 26, Number 1

Articles

Forging a Career: Roland W. Robbins and Iron Industry Sites in the Northeastern U.S.,” Donald W. Linebaugh

“‘The Beer That Made Klondike Famous and Milwaukee Jealous’: The O’Brien Brewing and Malting Company Site, Klondike City, Yukon,” David V. Burley and Michael H. Will

“‘… as important and vital to successful mining, as the sap is to the tree'”: The Dorrance Colliery Fan Complex, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania,” David L. Salay

“IA and the 20th Century City: Who Will Love the Alameda Corridor?” Matthew W. Roth

“Experimental Industrial Archeology: Imitation in Pursuit of Authenticity,” Patrick Malone

“Fragments Shored Against the Ruins: Industrial Archeology and Heritage Preservation,” Thomas E. Leary and Elizabeth C. Sholes

“Analysis and Interpretation of Artifacts in Industrial Archeology,” Robert B. Gordon

Published in 2000, back issues available.

Volume 25, Number 2

Articles

“Moving beyond the Factory Gates: The Industrial Archaeology of New Jersey’s Terra Cotta Industry,” Richard Veit

“When Machines Became Gray and Drawings Black and White: William Sellers and the Rationalization of Mechanical Engineering,” John K. Brown

CONFERENCE PAPERS: “Whither Industrial Archeology?” (Lowell, Massachusetts 1998)

“Mercenary Historians? Life in the Private-Sector Trenches,” Charlene K. Roise

“Condos, Photos, and Singing Bridges: IA in the State Historic Preservation Offices,” Richard E. Greenwood

“Industrial Archaeology in Canada: A Binocular View,” Christopher Andreae and John D. Light

Published in 1999, back issues available.

Volume 25, Number 1

THEME ISSUE: THE HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING RECORD (HAER)

Article

“HAER and the Recording of Technological Heritage: Reflections on 30 Years’ Work,” Eric DeLony

Project Listing

“HAER Recording Projects Conducted by the Washington Office 1969-98,” Eric DeLony

Published in 1999, back issues available.

Volume 24, Number 2

Articles

“The National Bridge and Iron Works and the Original Parker Truss,” Victor C. Darnell

“The 19th-Century Iron Bridges of Northeast Scotland: Their Past, Present, and Future,” Thomas Day

“The Technological Evolution of Riveting Machines,” Bruno Jacomy

Published in 1998, back issues available.

Volume 24, Number 1

THEME ISSUE: GREEN ENGINEERING: PARKS & PROMENADES IN THE INDUSTRIAL COMMUNITY

Articles

“A Mechanic in the Garden: Landscape Design in Industrial Rhode Island,” Richard Greenwood

“Greenways in the Industrial City: Parks and Promenades along the Lowell Canals,” Patrick M. Malone and Charles A. Parrott

“Plats, Parks, Playgrounds, and Plants: Warren H. Manning’s Landscape Designs for the Mining Districts of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, 1899-1932,” Arnold R. Alanen and Lynn Bjorkman

Published in 1998, back issues available.

Volume 23, Number 2

Articles

“‘The Continuous Clatter’: Practical Field Riveting,” David A. Simmons

“The Turcot Riveted Arch-Truss Bridge,” Robert W. Passfield

Biographical Note: Johann Wilhelm Schwedler (1823-94),”  Michael Mende

Published in 1997, back issues available.

Volume 23, Number 1

DOCUMENTING COMPLEXITY: THE HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING RECORD AND AMERICA’S TECHNOLOGICAL HISTORY

Articles

“Perfecting the “Iron Lung”: Making the New Window Glass Technology Work,” Richard 0′ Connor

“Fertilizers to the Front: HAER and U.S. Nitrate Plant No.2,” Brian F. Coffey

“Electricity on the High Iron: Cos Cob Powers the New Haven Railroad,” Robert C. Stewart

“Drawing Conclusions: Recording IA Sites through Measured and Interpretive Drawings,” Thomas M. Behrens, Todd A. Croteau, Dean Herrin, Dana L. Lockett, and Christopher H. Marston

Published in 1997, back issues available.

Volume 22, Number 2

Articles

“Assembly-Line Architecture: Albert Kahn and the Evolution of the U.S. Auto Factory, 1905-1940,” Charles K. Hyde

“Aesthetics of a Modern Industry: Buildings of the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad’s Scranton Yards,” Amy Slaton

“Archeological Perspectives on the Diffusion of Technology: An Example from the Ohio Trap Rock Mine Site,” David B. Landon and Timothy A. Tumberg

Published in 1996. Out of print.

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Volume 22, Number 1

THEME ISSUE: WESTERN HYDROELECTRICITY

Articles

“Dams and Hydroelectric Technology in the American West: A Different Model,” Terry S. Reynolds

“Uncivil Engineers: The Struggle for Control of Seattle’s Early Water and Electric Utilities, 1890-1910,” Gray Fitzsimons

“Inventions and Patents for the Public Good: The Needle-Valve Program of the Bureau of Reclamation,” Jeffrey A. Hess

“California’s First High-Head Turbine Installation,” James C. Williams

Published in 1996, back issues available.

Volume 21, Number 2

Articles

“Good Engineering, Poor Management: The Battle Creek Hydroelectric System and the Demise of the Northern California Power Company,” Terry S. Reynolds

“The River Was Wiser Than the Engineer: Adaptation and Innovation in Bridging the Missouri, 1867-69,” Louis W. Potts and George F. W. Hauck

“The Machine and the Cottage: Building, Technology, and the Single-Family House, 1870-1910,” Herbert Gottfried

“Material Evidence of Ironmaking Techniques,” Robert B. Gordon

Published in 1995, out of print.

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Volume 21, Number 1

Articles

“Canadian Aesthetics of Early Reinforced-Concrete Bridges,” Steven A. Walton

“From the Dolomites to Venice: Rafts and River Driving along the Piave River ia Italy (13th to 20th Centuries),” Mauro Agnoletti

“Introduction of American Bridge Technology into New South Wales, Australia,” Donald J. Fraser

“The St. Clair Tunnel: A Triumph of Canadian Engineering,” Charles K. Hyde

Published in 1995, back issues available.