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Water-Supply and Public Health Engineering

Denis Smith Dr. Joyce Brown Mr. Michael M. Chrimes Dr. N. A. F. Smith

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Variorum
31 March 1999
This volume traces the evolution of the concept of Public Health and reveals the importance of political will and public spending in this field of civil engineering. Design, construction, operation and maintenance of water-supply and main drainage works are discussed. The period covered extends from Roman engineering through to the early 20th century, with examples from Europe, America and Japan.
Edited by:   Denis Smith
Series edited by:   Dr. Joyce Brown, Mr. Michael M. Chrimes, Dr. N. A. F. Smith, Mr. R. J. M. Sutherland
Imprint:   Variorum
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   v. 5
Dimensions:   Height: 244mm,  Width: 169mm,  Spine: 177mm
Weight:   454g
ISBN:   9780860787549
ISBN 10:   0860787540
Series:   Studies in the History of Civil Engineering
Pages:   428
Publication Date:   31 March 1999
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  General/trade ,  A / AS level ,  Further / Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Denis Smith, formerly University of East London Norman A. F. Smith, M. J. T. Lewis, G. C. Berry, F. Williamson, George Higgin, Mary Hallett, R. W. Rennison, George H. Rappole, Gary A. Donaldson, Susan B. Hanley, Robert A. Otter, Christopher Hamlin, Joel A. Tarr, Denis Smith, George Atkinson.

Reviews for Water-Supply and Public Health Engineering

'The aim of Ashgate's twelve volume series is to bring together collections of important papers on particular topics from scholarly journals, conference proceedings and other hard-to-access sources. This is a wholly laudable objective. Some of the papers in the volume under review [The Civil Engineering of Canals and Railways before 1850] cannot be found even in abundantly-resourced academic libraries. The series opens up, directly or indirectly, debates over the nature of historical evidence which arise from the profoundly different approaches to the past of historians of technology, whose works are principally represented in these volumes, industrial archaeologists and social and economic historians.' Industrial Archaeology Review, Vol. XXI, No. 1


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