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Vol. 11 (1985)

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Historians role in reconstructing Historic Engineering Structures: Parks Canada’s experience on the Rideau Canal; Hydraulic Mining Techniques of gold mining in Oregon; IA as a Museum Tool: Prospecting Drills in Northern Saskatchewan; the Lower Cover Grindstone Quarries (Nova Scotia).

Vol. 12, No. 1 (1986)           

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Federal Tax incentives for IA (CT); Shaker Mills in Canterbury (NH); An Industrial smithy: Bear Creek, Yukon.

Vol. 19, No. 2 (1993)

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Theme Issue,  Cast and Wrought-Iron Bridges:  Surviving examples in US; First Cast-Iron bridge in US; Wrought-Iron Tubular Bowstring Bridge.


Vol. 20, 1&2 (1994) DOUBLE ISSUE

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Theme Issue, IA in New Hampshire; Brick making, knitting mills, granite quarries, extensive photo essays, Alphabetical Index of Volumes 1-20. (176pp)  Note: This reduced price reflects that the binding on this double issue will come loose with normal use.

Vol. 21, No. 1 (1995)

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Aesthetics in Canadian concrete bridges; rafts and river driving in Italy; American bridge technology in New South Wales; St. Clair tunnel; book reviews.


Vol. 22, No. 1 (1996)

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Theme Issue,  Western Hydroelectricity:  First high-head turbine in CA; needle valve technology in large dams; struggle for control in Pacific Northwest; book reviews.


Vol. 23, No. 1  (1997)

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Documenting Complexity: The Historic American Engineering Record and America’s Technological History.  Window glass technology, fertilizer and munitions, electrical power for the New Haven RR, measured and interpretive drawings.

Vol. 23, No. 2 (1997)

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Structural steel field riveting, pneumatic riveting hammer; The Turcot Riveted Arch-Truss Bridge, Quebec, Canada;


Vol. 24, No. 2 (1998)

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National Bridge & Iron Works & Original Parker Truss;19th Century Iron Bridges of NE Scotland; Technological Evolution of Riveting Machines


Vol. 25, No. 1 (1999)

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Theme Issue: The Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), The Recording of Technological Heritage: Reflections on 30 Years’ Work; HAER Project Listing: HAER Recording Projects conducted by the Washington Office 1969-1998.

Vol. 25, No. 2 (1999)

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Industrial Archaeology of New Jersey’s Terra Cotta Industry;  William Sellers and the Rationalization of Mechanical Engineering; Whither IA Conference;  Private Sector Industrial Archaeologists; IA in the State Historic Preservation Offices; Industrial Archaeology in Canada.


Vol. 26, No. 1 (2000)

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Roland W Robbins & Iron Industry Sites in the NE US; The O’Brien  Malting Co. site, Klondike City, Yukon; The Dorrance Colliery Fan Complex, Wilkes-Barre, PA; IA & the 20th Century, Alameda CA corridor; Experimental  IA; IA & Heritage Preservation; Analysis & Interpretation of Artifacts in IA

Vol. 26, No. 2 (2000)

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IA of retail coal yards in Upstate New York; requirement for Hardy Hydro plant (Michigan); World Heritage Convention & promoting industrial heritage; Multiple voices of fieldwork in IA; Archeology or heritage management: conflict  in training Industrial Archeologists;  Landscapes as industrial  artifacts; changing perceptions of the British industrial past.

Vol. 27, No. 1 (2001)

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Covered locks of Wood Creek, sites & construction process (Oneida County, NY); Montevecchio Mining District (lead & zinc mining, 1848-1991): Sardinia, Italy; IA: assess its future, admire its past.

Vol. 27, No. 2 (2001)

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Carp River Bloomery Iron Forge, Jackson Iron Co. UP of Michigan; America’s 19th Century British-Style Fireproof Factories;  History of Steamrollers


Vol. 28, No. 1 (2002)

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Theme Issue: IA in Art; The Art of American Industry; Pennsylvania’s Anthracite Mines & Miners:  A portrait of Industry in American Art (1860-1940); Picturing the Pennsylvania Coal Industry in Word & Image; Deep Tunnels & Burning Flues: The Unexpected Political Drama in 1930s Industrial Production Prints; Vulcan: Birmingham’s (AL) Industrial Colossus (History of the 65 ft, 60 ton Vulcan statue)

Vol. 28, No. 2 (2002)

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The Aldrich Change Bridge (Erie Canal/New York State): Evaluation of the Strength of Historic Bridge Iron : Enlightening the Past: The Phoenix, (AZ) Illuminating Gas & Electric Light Co.; Gravity Unloading Carts & Wagons: A century of Experimentation.


Vol. 29, No. 1 (2003) 100pp.

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Theme Issue: Waterpower, the Lachine Canal, and the Industrial Development of Montreal, Canada; Behind the Scene of the Lachine Canal Landscape; Navigation and Waterpower: Adaptation and Technology on Canadian Canals; Steam or Water Power ? Thomas C. Keefer and the Engineers Discuss the Montreal Waterworks in 1852; A Precipitous Decline, Steam as a Motive Power in Montreal: A Case Study of the Lachine Canal

Vol. 29, No. 2 (2003) 84pp.

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Gold and Tailings: The Standard Mill at Bodie; Cutting it Back and Burning it Back: Archaeological Investigations of Charcoal Production in the Missouri; Heads, Tails, and Decisions In-Between: The Archaeology of Mining Wastes

Vol. 30, No. 1

(2004) 68pp.

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Designing American Lenticular Truss Bridges 1878-1900; A Large Business: The Clintonville (NY) Site, Resources, and Scale at Adirondack Bloomery

Vol. 30, No. 2

(2004) 60pp.

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The “Poor Man’s Mill”: A Rich Vernacular Legacy; The Locomotives at Betchworth Lime Works in Southern England

Vol. 31, No. 1

(2005) 64 pp.

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Extant Approach Spans of the Dunleith & Dubuque Bridge; Surplus Water, Hybrid Power Systems, and Industrial Expansion in Lowell (MA; GPR & Archaeological Excavations at the West Point Foundry, NY

Vol. 31, No. 2

(2005) 76 pp.

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Evaluating Authenticity: Reconstructed Timber Swing Bridges; The F. & H. Benning Company Grinding Mill: A Case Study; Trace Elements Constraints on the Source of Silica Sand used by the Boston and Sandwich Glass Co.

Vol. 32, No. 2

(2006) 80 pp.

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Towers for Telegrams: The Western Union Telegraph Company and the Emergence of Microwave Telecommunications Infrastructure; The Evolution of the Warren, or Triangular Truss; Current Research on the Art of Industry-Artists at Work: Imaging Place, Work and Process.

Vol. 33, No. 1

(2007) 56pp.

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An Archaeological Survey of the Whiteport (NY) Cement Works; The Turnkey Factory: Technology Transfer from America to Spain in the Portland Cement Industry.

Vol. 33, No. 2

(2007) 84 pp

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St. Andrew’s Caméré Curtain Bridge Dam, Lockport, Manitoba, Canada by Robert W. Passfield; The Historical Significance of Tailings and Slag: Industrial Waste as Cultural Resource (Butte-Anaconda National Historic Landmark District, Montana) by Fredric L. Quivik: Industrial Plumbism: Antiquity to Modern Times (about industrial lead poisoning) by Lloyd B. Tepper.

Vol. 34, No. 1&2 (2008)

188pp Published 2011

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Industrial Archeology and Art: Negotiating the Past and Present; “Under a Spreading Chestnut-Tree”: The Blacksmith and His Forge in Nineteenth-Century American Art; Cropsey’s Paintings of the “Fog Company” and the Industrial Riverside of Hastings-on-Hudson; John White Alexander’s Industrial Lunettes for the Pennsylvania State Capitol: The Unfinished Story; From Mayville to Milwaukee: The Visual Culture of the Iron and Steel Industry in Southeastern Wisconsin; Maria Martinez, Industrial Designer; The Town That Photography Built: Images from the Consolidation Coal Company Photograph Collection, 1911–1946; From Monuments to Memory Sites: Representing Pennsylvania’s Anthracite Industry in Public Sculpture, 1855–2010; Connecticut’s Tobacco Industry: Harold Barbour, Jack Delano, and the WPA; Midwestern Images of Labor: Wisconsin Artists and Their Portrayal of Industry; Erich Mercker and “Technical Subjects”: Industrial Paintings in the Eras of Weimar and Nazi Germany.

Vol. 35, No. 1&2 (2009)

140pp Published 2012

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Theme Issue: West Point Foundry; Industrial Archaeology and the West Point Foundry; The West Point Foundry in Larger Perspective; The Diary of the Setting-Out of the West Point Foundry from Gouverneur Kemble Diary; Founding A Foundry: The Diary of the Setting-Out of the West Point Foundry, 1817; Using Maps to Aid Our Understanding of a Site’s History; From Forest and Mine to Foundry and Cannons: An Archaeological Study of the Blast Furnace at the West Point Foundry; The Gun Foundry Recast; Housing A Foundry Community with a “Liberal And Philanthropic Spirit”; Two Seasons of Excavation at the 1865 Office Building at Scenic Hudson’s West Point Foundry Preserve.

Vol. 36, No. 1 (2010) 104pp Published in 2012

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Data-Recovery Excavations at the Plaisance Plantation Sugarhouse, Louisiana; The Production and Negotiation of Working-Class Space and Place at Central Aguirre, Puerto Rico; Industrial Mercurialism: Agricola to the Danbury Shakes; The Rise and Fall of the California Stamp: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives on the Aging of a Technology


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