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Presentation Slide Shows Presented At
Past Conferences By Professor Hatheway
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World History of Manufactured Gas:
A 'World' of Land Redevelopment Possibilities


Dr. Hatheway's 2006 Keynote paper from the Reading, UK, 2nd. International Symposium and Exhibition on the Redevelopment of Manufactured Gas Plant Sites remains downloadable here in both the text and slide formats.  Together they provide a peek at the very complicated history of how manufactured gas technology circled the globe bringing this type of illumination to most regions of the world by 1912, the last of which was at Manila, Philippine Islands. Several tables in the conference proceedings paper provide the details of the first instances of gas light around the world.

World History of Manufactured Gas - MS PowerPoint
    - PPTX Format  -  46 slides (full animation)  -  42.7 MB

World History of Manufactured Gas - MS PowerPoint
    - PPT Format  -  46 slides (full animation)  -  43.9 MB

World History of Manufactured Gas - Adobe Reader
    - PDF Format  -  55 static slides  -  5.1 MB

World History of Manufactured Gas - Text Only
    - PDF Format  -  12 pages  -  5.0 MB
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