Scientific American December 3, 1881 Vol. XLV No. 23 Electricity By Magnetic Induction - Apparatus for Generating and Utilizing Induction Currents.
(Americana - Science - History - Electricity)

New York, NY: Munn & Co., 1881. F (16) pages; black and white illustrated throughout. Cover story on electricity and generating apparatus; other articles on the sunfish, including a very large specimen caught off Oak Island Beach and another at Greenport, Long Island; natural history information on the ruffled grouse; sweet-flag candy; an injunction against hydraulic mining; curious specimens of Southern woods; North Carolina gems; Unsworth's improved twisting reel; Locke's ticket reel and receptacle; American supremacy in paper making; Kimball's lock and reversible latch; other inventions, index of inventions; advertisements & more. Approx. 11 1/4" x 16" size format; edge, tips wear and chipping, soiling; cover loose. In good condition and interesting 19th century scientific & industrial history. Good Paperback (Item ID: 26027)


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