Many people claimed to analyze stainless steel first. Here are some of the facts:


-Discovery of chromium was in 1797 by Louis Nicholas Vauquelin;
-Development of ferrochromium was by Pierre Berthier in 1821. Though it was was weak. With high carbon content. Productions mostly failed;
-A provisional British patent was obtained for an “acid- and weather-resistant” steel alloy with ~31% chromium in 1872. Patent was never filed;
-Hans Goldschmidt developed a method for producing better low-carbon ferrochromium in 1895;
-Henri Moisson, may have developed stronger Ferrochromium, in 1895 but it was never published;
-A. Carnot and E. Goutal did report that high carbon contents reduce corrosion resistance of chromium-added steel in 1898; and
-Nearly 10 years later, Leon Guillet was sometimes credited with the development of stainless steels. He published papers starting in 1904 where he analyzed the mechanical properties for high chromium steels.

After this, one person, became popular. Harry Brearley, who was an employee of Firth Brown Research Laboratories, was credited with industrial use of stainless steel,
“Nobody was impressed; perhaps the idea of producing on a commercial scale a steel which would not corrode sounded ridiculous.”

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Neolithic Architecture Site(s): Shoop, East Pennsylvania.

Shoop, Dauphin County, East Pennsylvania, 25km NE Harrisburg, 150km NW Philadelphia.

George Gordon discovered 1930s, looted and collected since.
6500 know, 3500 documented lithic artifacts and flakes. Including stone tools, flakes, projectile points. Over 80 years!
A suspected 98% of sites paleoindian artifacts were made from Onondaga chert. Quarried at Divers Lake. Located 40km west of Buffalo (or about 300km NW of site)

1st scholarly report published in 1952, was only 3rd known paleoindian locality east of the Mississippi River.

Situated on eastern half of 375000 hectare lower Susquehanna river-Penns creek watershed.

Site lies in, small, upland valley, less than 1km north of the divide between two Susquehanna tributary streams (Armstrong creek in north, Powell creek in south). Region is complex in physiogeographic terms.

Following the pre-neolithic glacial retreat. Regional geographic changed from open parkland tundra (spruce, pine, fir, interspersed with grasses, sedges, heath species and shrubs), to a boreal forest dominated by white pine and white birch; though locally slopes were dominated by spruce and pine, and level areas had grasses and species like Oak. A spring on SE margin supplied water year round.

Neolithic Site: Shoop
2 centuries of plowing made collecting artifacts tough
Map showing boundaries of 9 physiographic sections that occur within 50km of site
Tan shaly bedrock
Students collect artifacts
Formal Shoop Boundaries
jasper adzes
Hypothetical Shoop lithic core and evolution of endscrapers
Friends and Mr. Shoop inspect the site

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A round or curved log.
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In wake of these challenging and chaotic times.
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Extreme weather continues to increase, and life expectancy drop. Neolithic architecture; pest control, chimney cleaning, and log cabin building are relevant.

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