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History Timeline Web Resources
The American Experience
Technology Timeline presented by the PBS Network series American Experience.
(URL: www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/technology/techtimeline/)
Aviation History (Timeline)
From the Montgolfier Brothers construct the first lighter-than-air vehicle (a balloon) in 1873 through 2003 and the celebration of  Aviation  first century. Special consideration to Charles Lindberg at the Foundation Web site that bears his name.
(URL: www.lindberghfoundation.org/history/aviation-hist.html)
Chemistry Science Timeline
The chemsoc timeline is a visual exploration of key events in the history of science with particular emphasis on chemistry. Timeline dates can be accessed through either a Flash based interface or an html horizontally and vertically scrolling window. Individual items are illustrated and linked to further information on each subject.
(URL: www.chemsoc.org/timeline/pages/time_intro2.html)
Computer History at a glance
When it first started in the mid-sixties, Intel produced electronic memory components. Hoff was employee number 12 at the company assigned to work with minicomputers and in June, 1969, he was asked to liaison with a group of Japanese engineers from a company called Busicom.
(URL: www.computerwriter.com/archives/1996/sf171196.htm#Computer%20History%20Timeline)
Elevator Timeline
Beginning in 4500 BC to 1948 presented by The Elevator Museum.
(URL: www.theelevatormuseum.org/timeline.htm)
Food Timeline
Food history is full of fascinating lore and contradictory facts. Historians will tell you it is not possible to express this topic in exact timeline format. They are quite right. Everything we eat is the product of culinary evolution.
(URL: www.foodtimeline.org/)
Great Achievements Timeline
A timeline of the 20th century's major engineering achievments. Don't skip this one.
(URL: www.greatachievements.org/?id=2984)
Internet Timeline
by Robert Hobbes Zakon an Internet evangelist
(URL: www.zakon.org/robert/internet/timeline/)
Microsoft Innovation Timeline
The company that made Redmond, Washington, a household name was actually founded in 1975 in another city by two young Seattle men, one of whom was a college dropout. From this inauspicious beginning came an equally improbable vision: A personal computer on every desk and in every home.
(URL: www.microsoft.com/museum/musTimeline.mspx)
National Museum of American History
At the Smithsonian, this timeline explores our American heritage through objects in the Museum's collections and exhibitions.
(URL: americanhistory.si.edu/timeline/index.htm)
Innovation Timeline   from The Great Idea Finder
From the date of the first printing press to the current explosion of the Web, the greatest moments in the history of innovation are chronicled on a vivid time chart, complemented by photographs, quotations, and additional resources for those that want to learn more.
(URL: www.iideafinder.com/history/timeline.htm) 
Science and Invention Timeline
MMW-Online carries a timeline of powerful stories about the world we have made through science and invention. From Stephenson's Rocket locomotive to the Apollo 10 space capsule, from medicine to the machine gun, these stories show how our lives are shaped by the things we make, invent and use.
(URL: www.makingthemodernworld.org.uk/stories/)
Timeline: A History of Copyright in the U.S.
Outlined here are copyright milestones, especially those of interest in particular to libraries and information service providers. Summaries are included for major court cases and revisions to the U.S. Copyright Act. Included also are recent activities undertaken by the U.S.
(URL: arl.cni.org/info/frn/copy/timeline.html)
Timeline: The History of Invention
This invention Timeline brought to you by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. less than 20 inventions but good presentation.
(URL: www.cbc.ca/kids/general/the-lab/history-of-invention/default.html)
Timeline Index
This is an ongoing project. We aim to provide a useful structure to help put information into context. It is a portal for everybody who is interested in a chronological overview of any subject.
U.S. History Timeline
Travel through 15,000 years of history from hunters of wooly mammoths to the 21st Century, America has had a rich history. Presented by the World Almanac for Kids.
(URL: www.worldalmanacforkids.com/explore/timeline.html)
 
 

 

  
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