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  1. OTW_audio_pdfs.indd

    ... 'Twas early one morning just about fi ve o'clock, When the man in the mainmast cries “Yonder she spouts!” “Where away?” says the captain and the ...

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

  2. Cash and Credit Registers | National Museum of American ...

    ... Their prototype machine had a large, clock-like face and a row of keys for entering amounts from 5 cents to 95 cents (by fives) and from $1 to $9. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/object-groups/cash-and-credit-registers/introduction

  3. On the Water - Fishing for a Living, 1840-1920: Commercial ...

    ... point. It was used to lubricate fine machinery such as clocks, watches, and sewing machines until well into the 1800s. Whalebone ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/onthewater/exhibition/3_7.html

  4. Blog | National Museum of American History

    ... Bye bye buy out. 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?page=29

  5. Meet the SJMO | National Museum of American History

    ... Steve is a graduate of The University of North Texas, where he was a two year member of the world renowned "One O' Clock Lab Band.". ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/smithsonian-jazz/smithsonian-jazz-masterworks-orchestra/meet-sjmo

  6. Today in Jazz History | National Museum of American History

    ... 1949. Jul 7. Guitarist Tiny Grimes born 1916 in Newport News, VA. Count Basie records One O’Clock Jump, 1937. Tenor ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/smithsonian-jazz/education/today-jazz-history

  7. Division of Work and Industry: Collections | National Museum ...

    ... images taken by Frank and Lilian Gilbreth for scientific management studies; wood working equipment; watches and clocks (European and ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/about/departments/work-and-industry/collections

  8. The American Presidency

    ... Clock with figure of Franklin D. Roosevelt, As a nation, we place no greater responsibility on any one individual than we do on the president. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/presidency/2b.html

  9. Siege and Surrender | National Museum of American History

    ... van Blarenberghe, 1786 >>. “This afternoon about 3 o'clock the enemy began to cannonade our right wing from the left. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/american-revolution/yorktown-triumph-alliance/siege-and-surrender

  10. Dividers & Compasses -- Compasses | National Museum of ...

    ... Gunther Mathies, a relative of the donor, emigrated from Germany in the early 20th century and worked for the Thomaston (Conn.) Clock Company. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/object-groups/dividers-compasses/compasses

  11. On the Water - Cruise Ship Sailor's Hat

    ... increased as well. Aboard the Zuiderdam, 800 crew work around the clock to fulfill the needs of 1,848 passengers. Cruise ship ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/onthewater/collection/2007.0172.08.html

  12. October 6, 1885 | The William Steinway Diary: 1861-1896 ...

    ... Excessively busy all day, at 12 o'clock with Blasius to Mühlbachs, lunching, at PM to Hunters Pt, with Campbell in buggy to ER Gas L. Co. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/steinwaydiary/diary/?page=1595&view=transcription&show_anno=true

  13. NMAH | Blue Ribbon Commission Report

    ... elementary particles and particle acceleration; it also includes numerous artifacts related to quantum electronics such as atomic clocks and atomic ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/reports/brc/4b.htm

  14. label 2

    ... click to enlarge Five O'Clock Tea, by Charles Baude, after original by Edouard Gelhay. From Harper's Bazar, Saturday, February 15, 1893. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/feather/ftamex.htm

  15. Innovation Festival | National Museum of American History

    Innovation FestivalSeptember 26 and 27, 2015The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will host an innovation festival as a signature ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/topics/innovation/pages/innovation-festival

  16. 2015 Events - Year of Innovation | National Museum of ...

    Innovation Wing Grand OpeningJuly 1, 2015On July 1, the Museum will unveil new exhibitions, learning places and programming spaces all centered ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/topics/innovation/pages/2015-events-year-innovation

  17. Blog Posts in "Food & Shopping" | National Museum of ...

    ... attention? Great.Happy National Beer Day! When you open your fridge shortly after five o'clock this evening (or... Photo ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/ja/blog?term_node_tid_depth=102

  18. Lighting A Revolution: 20th Century Promotion

    ... are not limited to the US In 1995, Dutch lamp-maker Philips installed their "QL" electrodeless compact fluorescent lamps behind the clock faces of ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/lighting/20thcent/promo20.htm

  19. Lighting A Revolution: 19th Century Consequences

    ... Industrial plants could operate in shifts around-the-clock, for example, and the concept of "the city that never sleeps" became a reality. ...

    http://americanhistory.si.edu/lighting/19thcent/consq19.htm

  20. Invention Stories | Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention ...

    ... Invention, Time, and Navigation. How the sea clock changed navigation and timekeeping. Invention Stories. From the Collections: Charles Brannock ...

    http://invention.si.edu/explore/invention-stories?page=0%2C2

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