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Technology in America(3)

Technology in America PBS offers a detailed look at the role technology has played in American life. Content includes a special focus on the telephone, the television, and the New York Underground, but a look at forgotten inventors and a detailed technology timeline are also available. Teacher's
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Technology in America


PBS offers a detailed look at the role technology has played in American life. Content includes a special focus on the telephone, the television, and the New York Underground, but a look at forgotten inventors and a detailed technology timeline are also available. Teacher's Guides, available in each section, offer classroom suggestions.

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Technology in America PBS offers a detailed look at the role technology has played in American life. The content includes a special focus on the telephone, the television, and the New York Underground, but a look at forgotten inventors and a detailed technology timeline are also available.

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Technology in America PBS offers a detailed look at the role technology has played in American life. Content includes a special focus on the telephone, the television, and the New York Subways, but a look at forgotten inventors and a detailed technology timeline are also available. Teacher's Guides,

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They Made America

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