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|Statement||by Daniel Pettibone|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 21052|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
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Pettibone, Daniel. Description of the improvements of the. Appendix to the Marquis de Chabannes ̓publication on conducting air by forced ventilation and equalizing the temperature of dwellings published in being a continuation of the description of the patent apparatus for warming and cooling air and liquid, and containing an account of the new water calorifere, and other apparatus, and also of.
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But the rarifying air-stove, at least, did work well. It was not the first warm- or hot-air furnace in the United States (there had been failed experiments, notably to heat Congress Hall in Philadelphia with a basement furnace, as well as Evans's “Philosophical and Ventilating Stove”).Author: Howell Harris.
Oct 26, · (Some of) The First Stove Advertisements in America (Description of the Improvements of the Rarifying Air-Stove, for Warming and Ventilating Hospitals, Churches, Colleges, Dwellinghouses, Hot orGreenhouses, Manufactories, Banks, Barracks, Author: Howell Harris.
is used as the unit of analysis in this book is not individuals related by marriage or blood but people who cohabitate. That is, people living under the same roof consti-tute a “household,” even though they might not consider themselves “family.” This is a necessary, if. Pettibone's two publications, Description of the Improvements of the Rarifying Air-Stove (Philadelphia: The Author, ), and Pettibone's Economy of Fuel (Philadelphia: A.
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