history

Key historic events throughout the ages in relation to business, work, corporate figures and moguls.

  • Jonathon Deakins
    Published 4 days ago
    Modernism in Architecture: An Evolution in Design

    Modernism in Architecture: An Evolution in Design

    Most scholars trace the roots of modern architecture to around 1850, when the period marking the Industrial Revolution (around 1760-1840) had ended. Human societies were already enjoying the fruits of the mechanisation process, and numerous industries were thriving.
  • Kiran Shabir
    Published 16 days ago
    History about Plastic Polymer Company and Manufacturing

    History about Plastic Polymer Company and Manufacturing

    In building up my TED chat on substance engineers and on the advancements presently being utilized biomass feedstocks, I began to consider the progressions that have been occurring over various a very long time in crude materials for plastics and manufactured filaments from any polymer plastic company. I think this is a truly intriguing story.
  • Theresa Evans
    Published 16 days ago
    The Writing Principles

    The Writing Principles

    Why did I choose to do this piece on writing? In my mind and throughout my life, I have always been a writer. Not because I have been physically writing for years, but because of my life experiences.
  • Yiming Liu
    Published about a month ago
    Museum is The Best Evidence

    Museum is The Best Evidence

    History refers to the systematic recording, research and interpretation of the past events and activities of human society and the behaviors of these events. Learning history enables us to understand the life of our ancestors, learn the knowledge created by our ancestors, stimulate our creative thinking, constantly innovate and improve, and promote the progress and development of history. Human beings are constantly advancing in the process of continuous learning, and we are also creating history in the process of life. The museum is a place for collecting, displaying and researching the objects representing the natural and human cultural heritage. Dr. Bunch creates this museum that is full of “facts” and “evidence” to represent and interpretate the African American culture and history.
  • alex vorbyo
    Published 2 months ago
    How to Get Wholesale Pricing on Custom Printed Boxes

    How to Get Wholesale Pricing on Custom Printed Boxes

    Wholesale custom cardboard boxes have become a significant part of the packaging industry and offer several advantages to the consumers. The best thing about these boxes is the contain various benefits and having unique features. We are using custom printed boxes in our daily life at a different occasion, and such boxes have become a necessity of our lives. These are beneficial for transportation purposes as well. As custom boxes have an antique look so different companies and brands prefer the use of these boxes by collaborating with custom boxes manufacturers. Due to the creative and unique approach, the customization is the best tool to make the brand and company stand out in the market.
  • Flotilla IOT
    Published 2 months ago
    Evolution of Fleet Management Systems

    Evolution of Fleet Management Systems

    A few decades back, no one could have imagined a mechanism that can offer real-time monitoring of vehicles. It seemed to be a farfetched idea until GPS trackers came along. The GPS tracking revolutionized the operations of various fleet businesses including logistics, supply chain and delivery etc. and their productivity skyrocketed.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published 3 months ago
    THE VICTORIAN WORKHOUSE

    THE VICTORIAN WORKHOUSE

    The “Workhouse” was designed to provide work and shelter for the extremely poor who could not support themselves. Over time, however, these workhouses became ‘prison systems’ who ‘dealt’ with the same poor. This harsh system first came to light during the Victorian Era. The “Institution” became known for its terrible conditions --- forced child labour / long hours / malnutrition / beatings and neglect.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published 3 months ago
    Servants in the Edwardian Era

    Servants in the Edwardian Era

    TRUE STORIES OF THOSE WHO WERE IN DOMESTIC SERVICE MARGARET THOMAS Was employed as a kitchen maid: “I learned there was a footman as well as a butler --- I had their bedroom to keep clean, which was in the basement,” she recounted. “My own bedroom was at the top of the house but the under house maid cleaned it. I only had to make my bed.”
  • Chelsi Ved
    Published 3 months ago
    THE HISTORY OF TRACTORS IN INDIA

    THE HISTORY OF TRACTORS IN INDIA

    What is a tractor? The word "tractor" comes from the Latin word "tractus" meaning drawing or pulling thereby explaining that a tractor is essentially a machine designed to pull things along, usually very slowly and surely.
  • Jonathan Goodman
    Published 3 months ago
    The Sinking Of The Brother Jonathan

    The Sinking Of The Brother Jonathan

    ANOTHER GREAT DISASTER.; Wreck of the Steamship Brother Jonathan. She is Lost on the Voyage from San Francisco to Oregon.She Strikes on a Sunken Rock and Sinks in an Hour.Reported Loss of Nearly One Hundred and Fifty Lives.ONLY SIXTEEN PERSONS KNOWN TO BE SAVED. PASSENGERS. CREW OF THE "BROTHER JONATHAN." BRIEF NOTICES OF SOME OF THE PASSENGERS.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published 4 months ago
    SERVANTS IN THE EDWARDIAN ERA

    SERVANTS IN THE EDWARDIAN ERA

    Many of us have seen “Upstairs Downstairs,” “Gosford Park” and, more recently, “Downton Abbey,” and do we not ‘wonder’ at how life was back then, in the Edwardian Era. To be a Servant or “In Service” was looked at as a decent job, with a possibility of promotion (after many years), especially if you worked “in the big house.” My own grandmother was a maid in service before getting married, and the photo of her in her maid’ uniform, is quite an heirloom. I remember her trying to teach me ‘Silver Service’ (serving in the dining room) and how ‘strange’ it all seemed to me personally.
  • Pamela Hazelton
    Published 4 months ago
    Most Iconic Duo: And So it was Written

    Most Iconic Duo: And So it was Written

    Behind every story is a writer—someone who painstakingly strings words together. The goal is simple: to trigger an emotional response.