Author:Thomas Ewbank

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Thomas Ewbank
British writer on practical mechanics; United States Commissioner of Patents (1849-1852)


  • A Descriptive and Historical Account of Hydraulic and other Machines for Raising Water, Ancient and Modern, including the progressive development of the Steam Engine New York, 1845, 16th ed. 1876
  • The World a Workshop, or the Physical Relation of Man to the Earth New York, 1855
  • Thoughts on Matter and Force New York, 1858
  • Reminiscences of the Patent Office, and of Scenes and Things in Washington New York, 1859
  • Inorganic Forces ordained to supersede Human Slavery New York, 1860.

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