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Ann Rossi
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National Geographic Children's Books (August 1, 2005)
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Bright Ideas: The Age of Invention in America 1870-1910 (Crossroads America). Rossi, Ann. Published by National Geographic Children's Books (2005). ISBN 10: 0792282760 ISBN 13: 9780792282761.

Rossi, Ann. Publication, Distribution, et. Washington, D. General Note: Includes index. Washington, DC. National Geographic, (c)2005. Physical Description: 40 p. : ill. (some co. ;, 24 cm. Title: Crossroads America. Rubrics: Inventions United States History 19th century Juvenile literature United States History 20th century History 19th century History 20th century. Download now Bright ideas : the age of invention in America, 1870-1910 by Ann Rossi. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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Bright Ideas illuminates this exciting period in time for all its readers and may inspire even greater inventions or future . Well it wasn't-none of these things existed before the Age of Invention in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Bright Ideas illuminates this exciting period in time for all its readers and may inspire even greater inventions or future inventors. Like the others in the series, Bright Ideas is illustrated with period photographs, paintings, and drawings. Also included are a glossary and an index. Bright Ideas tells the story of these and other miraculous inventions that have shaped the world we know today. Learn how inventive minds work and how they overcame obstacles on the path to their great achievements.

America at a Crossroads is a documentary miniseries concerning the issues facing the United States of America as related to the War on Terrorism. It aired originally on PBS television. The miniseries initially consisted of 11 independently produced aired episodes, and premiered April 15–20, 2007 on PBS. Its executive producers are Jeff Bieber and Dalton Delan; series producer is Leo Eaton and it is presented by Robert MacNeil. Its music score is composed by Canadian musician Mark Korven.

The Crossroads of America is the official motto of the . The Indiana General Assembly passed a resolution in 1937 establishing the phrase as the state's official motto. In the early days of cross-country travel by horse and wagon, Terre Haute, Indiana, benefited by its location on the old National Road between Indianapolis and Vandalia, Illinois. The National Road was later named . Highway 40 (US 40) when it was made a .

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Seem impossible? Well it wasn't-none of these things existed before the Age of Invention in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Read about the building of a brighter America-one that learned how to make a telephone call from coast to coast and took to the road in Henry Ford's cars built on the first assembly lines.

Informationen zum Titel Bright Ideas von Ann Rossi aus der Reihe Crossroads America Availability is subject to change. New Beginnings Daniel Rosen National Geographic Children's Books, 2005. catalog.

Imagine that you couldn't turn on a light by flipping a switch, had no telephone on which to call your friends, and that there were no traffic lights on the roads! Seem impossible? Well it wasn't-none of these things existed before the Age of Invention in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Bright Ideas tells the story of these and other miraculous inventions that have shaped the world we know today. Learn how inventive minds work and how they overcame obstacles on the path to their great achievements. Read about the building of a brighter America-one that learned how to make a telephone call from coast to coast and took to the road in Henry Ford's cars built on the first assembly lines. Even flying in the air became attainable! This age and the inventors who contributed to it paved the way for the future of America and revolutionized the way this country works, produces, and lives. Bright Ideas illuminates this exciting period in time for all its readers and may inspire even greater inventions or future inventors. Like the others in the series, ,Bright Ideas is illustrated with period photographs, paintings, and drawings. Also included are a glossary and an index.