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Conservation and Preservation Links

The image above was produced by Chris Harrison. See http://www.chrisharrison.net/index.php/Visualizations/InternetMap

NEW PAN-CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE PORTAL LAUNCHES

As promised at last fall's Industrial Strength conference in Hamilton, members of the I.H. community of practice in Canada have  a new web site through which to communicate with each other and the general public.

Canadian Industrial Heritage/ Patrimoine industriel canadien is at industrialheritage.ca. As of mid-March the national inventory pages are still being fleshed out, but listings for Alberta and Quebec are posted. 

 

http://www.siahq.org/

http://www.aqpi.qc.ca/aqpi.html


 http://ticcih.org


https://www.apti.org/

 


http://www.ewb.ca/en/index.html

A DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY SITE

http://www.technologystudent.com/

Curriculum material for teachers of design and technology, and a link to the World Association of Technology Teachers.

 

http://www.smokstak.com/

 

http://www.historicbridges.org/index.htm

Originated by bridge preservation advocates in Michigan, now includes bridges in Ontario, Quebec, Pennsylvania and other American jurisdictions.

The site of the Engineering and Technology History Wiki.

https://ethw.org/Main_Page

Professor Mark Csele

The site of Mark Csele, professor at Niagara College, in Niagara, Ontario. Look under the history tab for articles on Niagara Falls power stations and telephone switching gear.

http://www.technology.niagarac.on.ca/people/mcsele/