Vol. 27, No. 2
THIS MONTH'S OLD NEWS:October & November, 2015
- AC versus DC: Westinghouse & Edison Battle To Decide How To Light America
- Fifteen-year-old Boy Invents New Alphabet For the Blind
-Vermont Physician Attempts To Drive Horseless Carriage Across United States
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