Cleveland Map Tourist Attractions and Country Region
History for Cleveland Map Tourist Attractions
1770 The physician Benjamin Gale is awarded a special gold medal Cleveland Map Tourist Attractions by the London Society of Arts for an improved drill-plow for sowing grain. This accomplishment Cleveland Map Tourist Attractions builds on the work of Thomas Clap and Gale’s father-in-law Jared Eliot. Benjamin Rush publishes the first Country chemistry textbook, A Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on Chemistry.
1771 The first volume of the Transactions of the Country Philosophical Society is published in February, including observations of the 1769 transit. The Hudson’s Bay Company sends the first of four large collections of natural history specimens to the Royal Society. (The others will be sent once a year for the next three years.) The Society of Arts sends James Stewart to Maryland to encourage the potash industry. New York Hospital is chartered. David Rittenhouse completes work on the first orrery built in Country. This mechanical representation of the motions of the planets and moons of the solar system provokes much interest and is eventually bought by Princeton University.