Darwin-L Message Log 3:91 (November 1993)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<3:91>From D.Oldroyd@unsw.edu.au  Mon Nov 22 21:42:34 1993

Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1993 14:53:48 +1000
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
From: D.Oldroyd@unsw.edu.au
Subject: George Maw

    George Maw was a 19th-C industrialist who had a ceramic tile-making
factory in the Severn Valley.  His factory is now part of the museum
complex in the Ironbridge Gorge, and it is interesting to visit the place:
the cradle of the Industrial Revolution.
    Maw was an amateur naturalist/geologist and did some geological
work in North Wales.  I have looked at this in relation to a detailed study
of the history of ideas about the Precambrian in North Wales, which is
being published in 'Annals of Science' this month.
    I hope this information may be of some interest/use.
    David Oldroyd (University of New South Wales)
David Oldroyd,
School of Science and Technology Studies,
University of New South Wales

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