B & D Etc. University of Chicago Press. Oak Ridge, the city that changed the world. Holt. Oak Ridge Community Foundation, ORR 976.880, . Oak Ridge Welfare and Recreation Association. ORR 301.430, . ORR 976.873 Smith, D. (2007). Claremont Colleges. University of Tennessee Press. The ruin of J.Robert Oppenheimer and the birth of the modern arms race. Scientific American Atomic Power. Turner Publishing Company. ORR 623.457, . (1974).
ORR 539.700 Friends of the Oak Ridge Library: a history. Oak Ridge Associated Universities: from the beginning. ORR 921.000Smith, D. (2009). Comet Press Books. ORR 541.200 Heppenheimer, T. (1984). ORR 976.873. No publisher. (1967). ORR 976.880 A city is born: a history of the Oak Ridge Community Operations. No publisher. ORR 621.480 Weinberg, A. (1987). Simon and Schuster. ORR 327.174 Weekend suggestions: places of interest in this area. County Techincal Assistance Service. (1997).
W.H. ORR 541.200 Lilienthal, D. (1980). We were there at the opening of the atomic era. ORR 621.480 Seaborg, G. (1949). ORR 976.800 Riedman, S. (1958). Los Alamos Historical Society. Blakiston Company. ORR 355.021 Fellowship of kindred spirits: fifty years with First Baptist Church Oak Ridge, Tennessee (1993). Oak Ridge Associated Universities. Aid to Distressed Families of Anderson County. Thayer School of Engineering. American Institute of Physics. Little, Brown. U.S. Government Printing Office. Oak Ridge National Laboratory: the first 50 years. ORR 328.340 U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
Hiking Tennessee trails. The other, “Exploitationville,” focuses only on profits, at the expense of employees’ well-being. Substantial sections in this index highlight women's history and African American history, two areas in which scholarship has proliferated during the past two decades. ORR 363.700 The atomic age opens. Beyond the edge of technology: 50 years of instrumentation and controls at ORNL. Holiday House. East Tennessee Historical Society. ORR 921.000 Moore Munves, J. General account of the development of methods of using atomic Energy for military purposes under the auspices of the United States Government. ORR 976.800 Schmitt, C. (1995). . Daughters of the American Revolution, Clinch Bend Chapter. (1956). In 1942, 59,000 acres of land were transformed in a matter of weeks into a "secret city" that became known as the mysterious Manhattan District. No publisher. Their day in the sun: women of the Manhattan Project. ORR 976.800 Ellingson, E. (1996). ORR F Back to topCalder, R. (1962). Atoms: today and tomorrow. ORR 920.000 Rienow, R. (1959). League of Women Voters of Oak Ridge, TN. Young people’s book of atomic energy. The atom at work. (1982). ORR 976.880 Scientific American (Atomic power).
Blending historiography and ethnography, Lindsey Freeman shows how a once-secret city is visibly caught in an uncertain present, no longer what it was historically yet still clinging to the hope of a nuclear future. With more than 100 original photographs, the book brings the Fram to life and light. Historic preservation in a new town: Oak Ridge, TN. McGraw-Hill. No publisher. (1900). Its divisions then follow the major periods of the state's history: Before Statehood, State Development, Civil War, Late Nineteenth Century, Early Twentieth Century, and Late Twentieth Century. ORR 539.760 Brooks, R. (1973). ORR 978.900 Hyde, M. (1955).
ORR 551.976 Saint Mary’s Catholic Church Oak Ridge, Tennessee: August 22, 1993 The Fiftieth Anniversary. ORR 976.873 Sistler, B.
The birth of the bomb. ORR 338.476 Lilienthal, D. (1983). (1997). ORR 976.880 Thompson, M. (1978). And the fence came down. Free Press. Lawrence and Oppenheimer. Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge. ORR 530.092 Maienschein, J. (2000?). ORR 539.760 Pearl, C. (1956). ORR 353.870 Walker, S. (2005).
University of Tennessee Press. ORR 621.480 Joyce, E. (n.d.) Congressional and local legislation affecting Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Ignored Heroes of World War II. New revised edition. ORR JNF 355.825. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. ORR 355.825. (1959). (2001). Macmillan. ORR 976.800 Olwell, R. (2004). Inscriptions from old cemeteries on the Oak Ridge (Manhattan Project) area. University of Tennessee Press.
Random House. Corps of Engineers.
(1989). In order to read online City Behind A Fence Oak Ridge Tennessee 1942 1946 textbook, you need to create a FREE account. ORR 976.880 Kingston Demolition Range photographs pre-1942 homes removed to build Oak Ridge : index to property. ORR 976.873Teller, E. (1958). No publisher. ORR 541.200 Gerstell, R. (1950). Download City Behind A Fence Oak Ridge Tennessee 1942 1946 Book For Free in PDF, EPUB. Municipal Technical Advisory Service, University of Tennessee. . Random House. Man and atom; building a new world through nuclear technology. Tennessee State Planning Office, East Tennessee Section.
Henry County Archives.
Radiation safety and major activities in the atomic energy programJuly-December 1956. (1961). ORR 623.457 Green, C. (2012). ORR 621.480 Westcott, E. (2005).
Peace & war: reminiscences of a life on the frontiers of science. Mississippi State University.
Circling Windrock Mountain. No publisher. ORR 976.800, . Final Report.
(2010). (1946). Atomic Energy Legislation through 92nd Congress, 2nd Session. ORR 355.825. The Oak Ridger. SysML in Action with Cameo Systems Modeler - Oliver Casse - 2018, illustrations from the miraculous journey of edward, the everyday ayurveda cookbook PDF free download, Nanoengineered Biomaterials for Advanced Drug Delivery, Protocols in Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry, Introduction to Modeling in Physiology and Medicine, Infectious Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn, DNA Methylation and Complex Human Disease, Engineering Systems Acquisition and Support, Perioperative Leitsymptome in der Allgemein- und Viszeralchirurgie, World Regional Geography without Subregions, Disease-Modifying Targets in Neurodegenerative Disorders, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications. Energy, Office of Environmental Management. ORR 539.760 Pennock, J. Harper & Row.
ORR 929.500 Means, E. (1979). (1956). ORR 976.873 Kugelmass, J. Sixty-one-eleven & olio.
(1964). University of Tennessee Press. ORR 623.457 Back to topRadlauer, E. (1960). ORR 363.179 Moneymaker, D. (1979). Roane County Heritage Commission. (2005). The changing times: of Anderson County. The Oak Ridge story [transcript]: twelve programs of one-half hour each, broadcast October through December, 1973 by WUOT, the University of Tennessee radio station. No publisher. Download City Behind A Fence Oak Ridge Tennessee 1942 1946 Book For Free in PDF, EPUB. (1981). Living with the atom. (1945). Man in a thick lead suit. ORR 913.976 Trauger, D. (2002).
ORR 741.500 Feldbaum, C. & Bee, R. (1988). The City of Oak Ridge. No publisher.
ORR 539.760 Lapp, R. (1949). ORNL analysis of the 1957-58 Soviet nuclear accident. ORR 338.900 U.S. Congress, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy.
From Hiroshima to the moon: chronicles of life in the Atomic Age. Anderson County. (198?). (2011). The nuclear express: a political history of the bomb and its proliferation. Our new life with the atom.
No publisher. Princeton University Press. Harper & Bros. ORR 623.457 Growing in grace: fifty years with Grace Lutheran Church, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Roane County Heritage Commission. A short history of the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra 1944-2004. Rinehart. Neither an Appalachian hamlet nor a company town, Kingsport developed as a self-proclaimed "All-American City." Julian Messner.ORR 921.000 Oppenheimer Kupp, R. (2005). (199?). ORR 921.000 Lilienthal, . ORR 352.140 Citizens' guide to Anderson County Tennessee. ORR 623.457, Zak, D. (2016). All Rights Reserved. ORR 282.000 Sapirie, S. (1992). Outstanding Title by Choice Magazine On the banks of the Pacific Northwest�s greatest river lies the Hanford nuclear reservation, an industrial site that appears to be at odds with the surrounding vineyards and desert. Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge. Army.
(2000). (1987). ORR 929.200 Hawley, G. & Liefson, S. (1945). Random House. ORR 541.200, . ORR 325.100, . University of Illinois Press. East Tennessee Historical Society. ORR 621.480 U.S. Congress, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. Included is a helpful subject index that points the reader to particular persons, places, incidents, or topics. (1951). ORR 539.760 Twenty years of progress. ORR 976.880, . Simon & Schuster. Toward an acceptable nuclear future. Reinhold. The social backgrounds of scientists and engineers in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and Huntsville, Alabama. And he chronicles the surprising transformation underway in many such communities today. Random House. (1988). Hillsboro Press. The new world 1939/1946: history of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
The bomb and its deadly shadow: a memoir. No publisher. Little, Brown. John Hendrix story. Founded during World War II, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was a vital link in the U.S. military's atomic bomb assembly line--the site where scientists worked at a breakneck pace to turn tons of uranium into a few grams of the artificial element plutonium. Nuclear power and its environmental effects. Oak Ridge: 1942-1992. Nuclear energy in the South. ORR 541.200 Carlson, J. However, the new Taft-Hartley Act limited defense workers' ability to strike and thus curbed union influence. Oak Ridge Associated Universities. French Broad. Greenwood Press. Atoms for the world. A chemist’s role in the birth of atomic energy. After the war, as the military sought to reduce services and jobs in Oak Ridge, workers organized unions at two plants to demand higher wages and job security. Oak Ridge Associated Universities. ORR 336.220, Energy. ORR 917.680 Thorton, M. (1965). Polk. Dark sun: the making of the hydrogen bomb. Reach to the unknown: the Trinity story, July 16, 1945. (1986). No publisher. Hiroshima bomb to “grand peace”: fifty years (1945-1995 with the atom.
ORR 020.700 Fuller, J. U.S. Government Printing Office. U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management. Oak Ridge Community Foundation, Inc. ORR 976.880 Snell, A. Oak Ridge's story deepens our understanding of the complex relationship between America and its bombs. Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge, TN. The atomic revolution. Ice Ship will appeal to all those fascinated with polar exploration, maritime adventure, and wooden ships, and will captivate readers of such books as The Endurance, In the Heart of the Sea, and The Last Place on Earth. Command the morning: a novel. Henry County Archives. University of Tennessee Press. Oak Ridge National Laboratory: the first 50 years. Influenced as much by regional culture, economics, and politics as by war, diplomacy, and environmentalism, Hanford and the Tri-Cities of Richland, Pasco, and Kennewick illuminate the history of the modern American West. McBride and Company. R.M. No publisher. Norton. Historical Sketches of Oak Ridge Schools: As published in The Oak Ridger’s Historically Speaking column. The history of entertainment in Tennessee is also well represented in this volume, including, for example, hundreds of citations for writings about Elvis Presley and for works that treat Nashville and Memphis as major show business centers. ORR 539.760 Hewlett, R. (1962). (1975).