Addressed not to "the experimenter or to the toy-maker, nor to the scholar in school or college, but to those who have to deal with Electricity as a part of their life work," this volume seeks to provide an introduction to the theory and scientific discourse concerning electricity. Author Nehemiah Hawkins (1833-1928) was an American inventor, publisher, and author who sometimes wrote under the pen name Theodore Audel or the pseudonym William Rogers.
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Hawkins, N. (Nehemiah). “New Catechism of Electricity: A Practical Treatise.” New York, New York: T. Audel & Company, 1896. TK151 .H49 1896. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/1csit4m.
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