Free Science Studies: Great Inventors & Their Inventions

Free Science Studies: Great Inventors & Their Inventions

Great Inventors & Their Inventions by Frank P. Bachman is a well-known public domain work that introduces readers to the inventors and inventions that have shaped our lives today.  Originally copyrighted in 1918, the text covers 16 inventors and their inventions, weaving the stories together with the purpose of encouraging the imaginations and hearts of its readers:

These materials are not only interesting, but they convey their own vivid lessons on how big things are brought about, and on the traits of mind and heart which make for success…. While appealing to [the readers’] interest in inventions and in men who accomplish great things, may it also bring them into contact with ideas which will grip their hearts, fire the imagination, and mold their ideals into worthier forms.

By spending two weeks on each inventor and his invention, there will be 32 lessons — enough for a standard school year with a bit of wiggle room for holidays and other activities.

You’ll find free download options for the text in the introduction.

 

Introduction & Free eBookFree Science Studies: Introduction & Free eBook

 

 

Free Science Studies: James WattJames Watt & the Steam Engine

 

 

Free Science Studies: Robert Fulton & the SteamboatRobert Fulton & the Steamboat

 

 

Free Science Studies: George Stephenson & the LocomotiveGeorge Stephenson & the Locomotive

 

 

Free Science Studies: Michael Faraday & ElectricityMichael Faraday & Electricity

 

 

Free Science Studies: Spinning MachinesSpinning Machines

 

 

Free Science Studies: Eli WhitneyEli Whitney & the Cotton Gin

 

 

Free Science Studies: Elias Howe & the Sewing MachineElias Howe & the Sewing Machine

 

 

Free Science Studies: Cyrus McCormick & the ReaperCyrus H. McCormick & the Reaper

 

 

Free Science Studies: Henry Bessemer and SteelHenry Bessemer & Steel

 

 

Free Science Studies: Johannes Gutenberg & PrintingJohannes Gutenberg & Printing

 

 

Free Science Studies: Samuel Morse & the TelegraphSamuel Morse & the Telegraph

 

 

Free Science Studies: Alexander Graham Bell & the TelephoneAlexander Graham Bell & the Telephone

 

 

Free Science Studies: Thomas A. EdisonThomas A. Edison

 

 

Free Science Studies: Orville & Wilbur WrightOrville & Wilbur Wright

 

 

Guglielmo MarconiFree Science Studies: Guglielmo Marconi

 

 

Free Science Studies: John P. Holland & the SubmarineJohn P. Holland & the Submarine