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  1. Do We Need a Shared National Identity? | National Museum ...

    ... A curious and short-lived phenomenon of the late 19th century was the creation of monumental clocks. The Clock of America was made by C ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/democracy-exhibition/creating-citizens/do-we-need-shared-national-identity

  2. 11 collection objects giving us the creeps this Halloween ...

    ... Curious about our clocks, I bumped into the Winker. To me, the 1865, American-made clock seemed like a knickknack that appears innocent in ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/blog/2013/10/ten-creepy-collection-objects-for-halloween.html

  3. NMAH | On Time | Saving Time

    ... Time clocks, first invented in the 1880s, were a tool for controlling time. ... management" spread, nearly every blue-collar workplace had a time clock. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/ontime/saving/control.html

  4. - Daily Life | National Museum of American History

    ... this simple shelf clock, only the wealthy could afford to have a timepiece in their homes. In his Connecticut factory, Terry mass-produced clocks from ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/treasures/daily-life

  5. Paul Forman | National Museum of American History

    ... the broadly conceived program to develop several types of atomic clocks built up ... the first such program, from which also came the first atomic clock. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/profile/399

  6. Live blog: Our favorite questions and answers from ...

    ... the oldest clock in your collection and where did it come from? - @ inlikecoolhand. Carlene Stephens: One of the oldest and most beautiful clocks ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/blog/2013/09/liveblog-our-favorite-questions-and-answers-from-askacurator-day.html

  7. NMAH | On Time | Home

    ... Americans let the clock tell the time and regulate their lives. 1880–1920 Synchronizing Time The country struggled to adjust to clocks set to a ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/ontime/

  8. Publications | Page 7 | National Museum of American History

    ... the broadly conceived program to develop several types of atomic clocks built up ... the first such program, from which also came the first atomic clock. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/ko/about/publications?page=6

  9. Publications | Page 6 | National Museum of American History

    ... the broadly conceived program to develop several types of atomic clocks built up ... the first such program, from which also came the first atomic clock. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/zh-hans/about/publications?page=5

  10. A Market Revolution | National Museum of American History

    ... ways to mass produce quality, low-cost clocks using waterpower and interchangeable parts. Their techniques transformed clock making from a craft ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/american-revolution/market-revolution

  11. Publications | Page 32 | National Museum of American History

    ... and description of a rare and important American mill clock purchased by ... Catalogue entries and comments on the clocks in the Flagg Collection, as ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/ja/about/publications?page=31

  12. In the Home | National Museum of American History

    ... Roosevelt's “Fireside Chats,” for example, could be measured in decorative novelties such as specially produced mantle clocks. Clock, 1934 View ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/democracy-exhibition/machinery-democracy/politics-and-personal-meaning/home

  13. OTW_audio_pdfs.indd

    ... It was on the night of July the fourth, it was on or about maybe ten or eleven o'clock at night, ... and all I was looking for was 4 o'clock. (laughs) ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/onthewater/pdf/transcript_harvie_ransome.pdf

  14. NMAH | On Time | About This Site

    ... On Time: How America Has Learned to Live by the Clock by Carlene E ... who came up with time zones, or why we adjust our clocks at daylight saving ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/ontime/about/index.html

  15. NMAH | On Time | Image Enlargement

    Keyless Alarm, 1930s; a mechanical alarm clock by New Haven Clock Co., New Haven, Connecticut Gift of New Haven Clock Company ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/ontime/synchronizing/images/enlargements/97-9006.html

  16. Physics (page 1 of 2) | National Museum of American History

    ... The First Atomic-Beam Clock, 1954. ... By 1954, Zacharias and his colleagues had developed this instrument, the first atomic-beam clock. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/mobilizing-minds/physics

  17. Calendar of Exhibitions and Events December 2016 | National ...

    ... Participants will hear stories about telling time, craft your their clock and learn about numbers, colors and shapes with toy clocks. Performances. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/press/releases/calendar-exhibitions-and-events-december-2016

  18. On Time | National Museum of American History

    ... When did clocks and watches intertwine with our sense of time? ... How are an alarm clock, a racehorse, a refrigerator (and a lot of other things) all ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/exhibitions/time

  19. Bye bye buy out | National Museum of American History

    ... What will these highly skilled museum professionals do? Several of them mentioned that their first task is to turn off the alarm clock. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/blog/2009/12/bye-bye-buy-out.html

  20. The Opening of the Brooklyn Bridge | The William Steinway ...

    ... dignitaries and guests met at the Brooklyn Terminal. Ceremonies began at two o' clock. After an opening prayer by the right ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/steinwaydiary/annotations/?id=1996

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