Author:John Trowbridge (1843-1923)

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John Trowbridge

American academic; professor of physics, Harvard, author, editor

John Trowbridge


  • List of apparatus available for scientic researches involving accurate measurements, and contained in different American laboratories.with Wolcott Gibbs; Edward C Pickering, 1879.
  • The New Physics, 1884; external link
  • The Electrical Boy, 1891; external link
  • Three Boys on An Electrical Boat, 1894;
  • What Is Electricity?, 1896; external link
  • The Resolute Mr.Pansy, 1897; external link
  • Philip's Experiments in Electrical Science, 1898. external link
  • Samuel Finley Breese Morse, 1901 external link
  • The story of a wireless telegraph boy, 1908.
  • The Advance in Electricity Since the Time of Franklin, 1922 external link


Annual of Scientific Discovery editor[edit]

Popular Science Monthly[edit]


  • "Progress of Electrical Science during 1883" Volume 3.
  • "Thunder-Storms" Volume 4.
  • "Atmospheric Electricity" Volume 4.
  • "Niagara Falls Considered as a Source of Electrical Energy" Volume 5.
  • "Recent Advances in Electrical Science" Volume 5.
  • "The Jefferson Physical Laboratory" Volume 5.
  • "Trowbridge's Theory of the Earth's Magnetism" Volume 9.

Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences[edit]

Works about John Trowbridge[edit]

"Sketch of Professor John Trowbridge" in Popular Science Monthly, 26 (April 1885)

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