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The triumphs and troubles of Theodore Swann

Author: Edward J Griffith; Carolyn Green Satterfield
Publisher: Montgomery, AL : Black Belt Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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HOW DOES A SMALL TOWN SOUTHER BOY BECOME A BIG CITY INDUSTRIALIST? THE STORY OF THEODORE SWANN IS ABOUT A PIONEER, A SELF MADE MAN WHO WAS THE FIRST TO PRODUCT FERROMANGANESE AND PHOSPHORIC ACID BY ELECTRIC FURNACE PROCESSES. WITH AN INTEREST IN THE PAST AND A LOVE FOR CHEMISTRY SWANN-STYLE, THE AUTHORS PRESERVE THE WONDER OF THEODORE SWANN BY CHRONICLING HIS TRIUMPHS AND HIS TROUBLES.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Theodore Swann; Theodore Swann
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward J Griffith; Carolyn Green Satterfield
ISBN: 1880216574 9781880216576
OCLC Number: 43534732
Description: 128 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Edward Griffith and Carolyn Green Satterfield.

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HOW DOES A SMALL TOWN SOUTHER BOY BECOME A BIG CITY INDUSTRIALIST? THE STORY OF THEODORE SWANN IS ABOUT A PIONEER, A SELF MADE MAN WHO WAS THE FIRST TO PRODUCT FERROMANGANESE AND PHOSPHORIC ACID BY ELECTRIC FURNACE PROCESSES. WITH AN INTEREST IN THE PAST AND A LOVE FOR CHEMISTRY SWANN-STYLE, THE AUTHORS PRESERVE THE WONDER OF THEODORE SWANN BY CHRONICLING HIS TRIUMPHS AND HIS TROUBLES.

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