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The Story of Steam

 In Sept. 1753, the first steam engine imported into the American colonies landed at New York City. As part of Science Museum's online exhibit on the steam engine, this site chronicles the story of steam, highlighting the force of fire,
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 In Sept. 1753, the first steam engine imported into the American colonies landed at New York City. As part of Science Museum's online exhibit on the steam engine, this site chronicles the story of steam, highlighting the force of fire, energy networks, power for the whole world, and individual inventions of James Watt and Richard Trevithick.

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