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The Project Gutenberg Philosophy is to make information, books and other materials available to the general public in forms a vast majority of the computers, programs and people can easily read, use, quote, and search.
The Engines of Our Ingenuity tells the story of how our culture is formed by human creativity. The program uses the record of history to reveal the way art, technology, and ideas have shaped us. Episode topics range from cable cars to Civil War submarines, from the connection between Romantic poets and Victorian science to the invention of the bar code.
Responses to Industry offers first-hand accounts of the rise of industry from a host of different perspectives: workers and employers, Americans and Europeans, insiders (workers, employers) and outsiders (government investigators, social critics), from written sources and from visual images, and so on.
Mount Miguel LIBRARY - Victorian Age and Industrial Revolution Numerous links to more information on the Victorian Age and Industrial Revolution
Victoria Research Web is dedicated to the scholarly study of the nineteenth century in Britain, and to aiding researchers, teachers, and students in their investigations of any and all aspects of this fascinating period.
The Victorian Web offers wonderful links to the social, economic, religion, philosophy, literature, science, technology, politics, visual arts, and gender matters of Victorian times.
The Penny Magazine was a source of information on subjects of general interest: everyday things like tea and coffee, well-known places in mid-nineteenth century Britain, descriptions of prsent-day manufacturing, even an American alaman and a serial of a personal account of an immigrant's problems. Poetry was published, too, and there are several illustrations in each issue.
World History: Industrial Revolution/19th Century
Yahoo! Arts:Humanities:History:19th Century:Industrial Revolution
Voice of the Shuttle contains links to a huge variety of resources
The Literary Link for Romanticism
Romanitic Chronology - points to a list of texts published during the 1790s, their titles reflecting the decade's concern with feminist issues.
Romantic Movements is an online anthology intended to situate writings of the period between 1760 and 1830 according to geography.
Links to information on the great philosophers, scientists and theologians of the 19th Century.
Victorian Web Sites provides a huge list of links, sorted alphabetically, to a rich variety of resources.
The Age of Industry provides links to just about anything on the Industry Revolution
Links to 18th Century Resources
Internet Modern History Sourcebook - this project is intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in modern European history or modern Western Civilization.
Recommended readings on the impact of the Industrial Revolution
The Human Experience offers recommended readings and sites on the "Revolution, Reaction, and Cultural Response: 1760-1830 "
Your Mining Co Guide to the History of 19th century- Industrial Revolution.
Modern History Sourcebook: Andrew Ure: The Philosophy of the Manufacturers, 1835
WWW sources for Historians
On line sources for European historians
On line resources for Historians in the UK
WWW Virtual Library for Historians Science
Horus Gets In Gear : A Beginner's Guide to Research in the History of Science
Science History Timeline Version
History of Science - The most comprehensive list of history of science materials is the WWW Virtual Library: History of Science, Technology and Medicine University of Virginia: English Electronic Texts Resources
The Marx/Engels Internet Archive
The Library of Congress Experimental Search System
The age of enlightenment in the paintings of France's national museums.