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Links last updated 2017-05-24 15:19:05.

A history of the American wind charger industry
http://windcharger.org/
According to the site, "This site was put together by a group of wind enthusiasts to share a good story. In our travels, we have collectively accumulated an interesting array of historical information which we want to share with all to preserve this part of our common history and to educate about new possibilities in the future."
Boston Islands
http://www.bostonislands.org/
A site on our field trip guide.
http://www.nps.gov/sair/
Saugus Iron Works
Saugus Iron Works is a National Park in Saugus Massachusetts.
Featured in our Field Trip Guide.
Save the Bonneville Salt Flats
http://www.savethesaltflats.com/
Eagle Scout Troop 96 member Brad Singleton explains his experience with hybrid cars since he was 14, and his troops mission to save the Bonneville Salt Flats for use of future generations.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History
http://nuclearmuseum.org/
In Albuquerque, NM, the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is the nation's only congressionally chartered museum in its field and a Smithsonian affiliate. Originally known as the National Atomic Museum, it was established in 1969 as an intriguing place to learn the story of the Atomic Age, from early research of nuclear development through today's uses of nuclear technology. Visitors can explore how nuclear science continues to influence our world. The museum strives to present, through permanent and changing exhibits and displays, the diverse applications of nuclear energy in the past, present and future along with the stories of the field's pioneers.