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The Oblivion of Richard Trevithick - signed by the author

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Written by Philip M. Hosken and published by The Trevithick Society for the study of Cornish industrial archaeology and history. Signed and dated 2011 by the author on the title page.

It was Trevithick who invented the steam engine.... the engine that was demanded to power most of the Industrial and all the Transport Revolutions. Engineering genius, Pacific pearl fisherman and family man, there is no story like that of Richard Trevithick. He deserves a better place in history.

In very good used condition bound in maroon cloth. Good unclipped dust jacket, with small tear and fold at top corner of rear section.

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Author(s):
Hosken, P.M.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Octavo
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0904040895
ISBN-13:
9780904040890
Number of pages:
344
Publisher:
Trevithick Society
Title:
The Oblivion of Richard Trevithick

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Written by Philip M. Hosken and published by The Trevithick Society for the study of Cornish industrial archaeology and history. Signed and dated 2011 by the author on the title page.

It was Trevithick who invented the steam engine.... the engine that was demanded to power most of the Industrial and all the Transport Revolutions. Engineering genius, Pacific pearl fisherman and family man, there is no story like that of Richard Trevithick. He deserves a better place in history.

In very good used condition bound in maroon cloth. Good unclipped dust jacket, with small tear and fold at top corner of rear section.

Author(s):
Hosken, P.M.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
Octavo
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0904040895
ISBN-13:
9780904040890
Number of pages:
344
Publisher:
Trevithick Society
Title:
The Oblivion of Richard Trevithick

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