Connections 2

Connections 2

Disc 4

DVD - 2003
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The Big Spin: The greatest medical accident in history starts a trail that leads to Helen of Troy, 17th century flower-power, the invention of soda pop and earthquake detection. Bright Ideas: A Baltimore man invented the bottle, which led to razors, clock springs, and the Hubble telescope. Making Waves: Hairdressers, Gold Rush miners, Irish potato farmers and English parliamentarians are really tied together. Routes: A sick lawyer in 18th century France changes farming and triggers the French Revolution and new medical research.
Publisher: New York, NY : Ambrose Video Publishing, 2003
Branch Call Number: DVD 609 CON v.4
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (92 min.) :,sd., col.


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