By Dean A. Herrin
"From a fledgling agrarian country clinging to the Atlantic seaboard in 1800, the us through 1900 used to be the world's major commercial kingdom, generating a 3rd of the world's business output. via approximately two hundred pictures and drawings, the US remodeled: Engineering and know-how within the 19th Century highlights not just the most obvious icons of feat similar to the Brooklyn Bridge and Erie Canal but additionally the improvement of the nation's business, production, and transportation infrastructure. improvement and innovation in mining; fabric, iron, and metal turbines; water therapy, strength, and irrigation structures; and canals, railroads, and bridges all remodeled American life."--Jacket. Read more...
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2 Most of them had been started by men from the East, who became tired of their location after a few years and following obeying the national impulse of moving further west were ready to sell out for a song. There were many such in the neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and this was one inducement which determined my father to move in that direction Western Pennsylvania and perhaps Ohio were the seemed to be the spot towards which all inquiries and reasoning seemed appeared to point as the future home.
3 This statement implies that the older brother, Friedrich Carl, may have exerted some leadership of the farming colony. His death freed John to pursue his own professional career as a surveyor and engineer, leading ultimately to the Roebling family’s complete abandonment of the Saxonburg colony in 1849. 4 Because the colony did not thrive, the Roebling brothers apparently ended up with joint ownership of much land. Friedrich Carl’s widow inherited his rights to the property, causing a settlement dispute with John, which is described later in this chapter at .
30 An American Engineer  The period of the following 10 years is one of which as a matter of course I know nothing personally. I do not know whether Baer came over the next year or the year after. Colonists arrived by degrees, lands were sold them, and they settled either as farmers or mechanics. My mothers family1 did not arrive for 3 or 4 years—So her recollection of events at this time was not very distinct. The original settlers of Saxonburg have all died now and as I left the place myself in 1849—Thirty six years ago, I have had no opportunity to speak with any of them recently about old time— I know that my father had a hard time learning to farm, and realized before long that he was not fitted for that kind of work, but he gave it a faithful trial—His brother Karl married, built himself a house a mile to the South of ours—he had two children and then suddenly died I think in 18352—This also was an inducement to give up farming—3 The lands which had been bought in common,4 were divided and parceled, some to others.