Articles || Books || Internet Resources



Articles:


  • Boslough, John. "The Enigma of Time". National Geographic (1990): 109-132.
  • "Time". Microsoft Encarta 97 (1983-1996).
  • "Calendars". Volume Library (1998): 328.


    Books:


  • Adams, Brian, Petersen, Tom, Watt, Sue, Inventions. Usborne Publishing Ltd, London England, 1986
  • Aust, Siegfried. Clocks! How Time Flies. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 1991
  • Bendick, Jeanne. The First Book of Time. New York: Franklin Watts, 1963
  • Burns, Marilyn. This Book Is About Time. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1978
  • Caney, Steven. Invention Book. Workman Publishing, New York, 1985
  • Deutchman A. Michels, W. and Wilson, C. Machine Design Theory and Practice. MacMillan Publishing Co. 1975
  • Ehrhardt, Ro. Antique Clocks. Third Edition. The House of Collectibles, N.Y. 1985
  • Hirschhorn, Larry. Beyond Mechanization. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1986
  • Hsu, Tom. Gears and Levers. Cambridge Physics Outlet Inc, 1996
  • LaRose, S, Inc. Keep Book. Greensboro, N.C. 1982
  • Oliver & Boyd. Mechanisms. Longman House, Essex UK, 1993
  • Simon, Seymour. Shadow Magic. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, 1985


    Internet Resources:


  • All About Time Clock Showroom. "The History of Clocks". [Online] August 1999. http://www.commercemarketplace.com/home/allabouttime/History.html.

  • Canadian Museum of Civilization. "Mystery of the Maya". [Online] June 2, 1995. http://www.civilization.ca/civil/maya/mminteng.html.

  • Columbia Encyclopedia. "Calendar". [Online] November 1999. http://www.infoplease.com/ce5/CE008522.html.

  • Compton's Encyclopedia Online. "Calendar". [Online] August 1999. http://www.optonline.com/comptons/ceo/00785_A.html#002

  • Encarta Encyclopedia Online. "Clocks and Watches". [Online] 1997-1999. http://encarta.msn.com/encyclopedia_761577936/Clocks_and_Watches.html.

  • Encylopedia Britannica. "Clockworks: From Sundials to the Atomic Second". [Online] 1999. http://www.britannica.com/clockworks/main.html.

  • Hands On Technology. "Marvelous Machines". [Online] October 1997. http://www.Galaxy.net/~k12/machines/index.shtml.

  • Horology: A Great Hobby. "Electric Horology". [Online] November 28, 1999. http://home.clara.net/steve.thackery/clocks/lesson0.htm.

  • How Stuff Works. "How Gears Work". [Online] January, 1999. http://www.howstuffworks.com/gears.htm

  • How Stuff Works. "How Time Works". [Online] January, 1999. http://www.howstuffworks.com/time.htm"

  • NASA Liftoff Academy. "How Sundials Work". [Online] 22 August 1999. http://liftoff.msfc.nasa.gov/academy/Earth/Sundial/Sundial-how.html.

  • National Institute of Standards and Technology. "A Walk Through Time". [Online] August 1997. http://physics.nist.gov/GenInt/Time/time.html.

  • Smithsonian Institution. "Time And The Calendar". [Online] 1996. http://hea-www.harvard.edu/ECT/the_book/Chap3/Chapter3.html.

  • Smithsonian Magazine. "Calendar". [Online] February 1999. http://www.smithsonianmagazine.com/issues/1999/february/calendar.php.

  • The Arthur Wilbur Company. "History of the Sundial". [Online] 29 August 1999. http://www.outdoordecor.com/LearningCenter/Sundials/A_History_Of_The_Sundial.html.

  • The Origins of the Days of the Week. "Encyclopedia Mythica". [Online] January 2000. http://www.pantheon.org/mythica/miscellanea/origin_days.html.

  • University of Wisconsin. "It's About Time". [Online] 1988. http://whyfiles.org/078time/index.php.

  • Virtual Research Institute for Central and South America. "The Civilization of the Maya". [Online] August 1999. http://www.stockton.edu/~gilmorew/consorti/1ccenso.htm.



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