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The Hancocks of Marlborough rubber, art and the industrial revolution--a family of inventive genius by John Loadman

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hancock, Thomas,
  • Hancock family -- England -- Marlborough,
  • Inventors -- England -- Marlborough -- Biography,
  • Rubber industry -- Great Britain -- History,
  • Industrial revolution -- Great Britain -- History

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJohn Loadman and Francis James.
GenreBiography
ContributionsJames, Francis.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsT40.H355 L63 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23712830M
ISBN 109780199573554
LC Control Number2009035789

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The Hancocks of Marlborough Rubber, Art and the Industrial Revolution - A Family of Inventive Genius John Loadman and Francis James. Family of exceptional importance in the development of Victorian technology and the Industrial Revolution. Never previously told story based on unpublished documents.   Other brothers, John, James and William all made significant contributions to the development of Victorian science and culture. This book tells the story of the family and the remarkable people in it, from the Great Fire of Marlborough in to the present day, using the Hancock family archive of many unpublished and previously unknown documents.   Other brothers, John, James and William all made significant contributions to the development of Victorian science and culture. This book tells the story of the family and the remarkable people in it, from the Great Fire of Marlborough in to the present day, using the Hancock family archive of many unpublished and previously unknown : OUP Oxford. The Hancocks of Marlborough: Rubber, Art and the Industrial Revolution – A Family of Inventive Genius Pdf Doc Free Download; Download Torrent The Hancocks of Marlborough: Rubber, Art and the Industrial Revolution – A Family of Inventive Genius Pdf EPub Free.

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