I. Chapter 2 - The Ancient World (before 500 BCE) – Farmers to Pharaohs
Ancient Egyptian Metallurgy
Coptic Textiles Terms
II. Chapter 5 - The Medieval Period (500 to 1400 CE) – Europe
Introduction and Thesis
1. Historical Sketch of the Middle Ages
The Tools of Agriculture
The Tools of War
Technologies of Towns and Trade
The Rise of Universities and the Discovery of Aristotle
Conclusion: Light and Stone
III. Chapter 10 - The Early Modern Period (1600-1750) – Europe – Phase 2: The New Science of the Seventeenth Century & The Enlightenment
New Learning or Scientific Revolution?
IV. Chapter 12 - The New Scientific Revolution - The Long 19th Century
Thomas Alva Edison
V. Chapter 14 - Earth Sciences and Revolution in Biology and Genetics – the Long 19th Century
Doing History: Networks and Women Doctors
Danielle Mead Skjelver
Hans Peter Broedel
Sharon Bailey Glasco
Sheryl Dahm Broedel
VII. Section Editors
Jan Summers Duffy
Shalon Van Tine
IX. Cover & Book Design
Karen Garvin, Copyediting, Layout, & Book Design
Kevin Tengesdal, Cover Design
What are Doing History segments?
Blackwell - Nightengale Exchange
Florence Nightengale May 6th 1871
Elizabeth Blackwell Letter May 2nd 1849
A Brief Biography of Elizabeth Blackwell
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