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Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Science, Technology, and Medicine: 1780-1925 (Gale)

Science, Technology, and Medicine, 1780-1925 features more than 3.5 million pages of journals, books, reports, and personal documents that explore the rapid acceleration of scientific, technical, and medical knowledge during the nineteenth century. Nineteenth Century Collections Online - Science, Technology, and Medicine, 1780-1925 consists primarily of two components: Journals track the connection between major episodes in the history of science, specifically in general science, medicine, biology, entomology, botany, chemistry, physics, mathematics, geology, paleontology, and technology. Monographs touch upon the history of anthropology, archaeology, ecology, public health, sanitation, geography, oceanography, astronomy, industrial and battlefield technology, and the philosophy of science and Major topics covered in the development of science in this period include: Electricity and Physics, The Darwinian Revolution and Global Reception of Evolution, Civil Engineering, Mathematics, and The Social History of American Medicine.  Source libraries include the Huntington Library, the Burndy Library, the Library of Congress, and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.

A small selection of collections included in the archive include:

  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Mathematics
  • Electricity and Electromagnetism
  • Civil Engineering
  • Evolution and the Origin of Species
  • Color Theory and Practice
  • Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia: Minutes and Correspondence
  • American Medical Periodicals

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