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Barnes, M. (2013) “Joseph Locke: pioneer civil engineering project manager,” ICE Proceedings, Engineering History and Heritage, 166 (2), 63-72.

Cox, Roland and Donald, Phillip (2013). Ireland’s Civil Engineering Heritage, Collins Press, Ireland.

Dunkeld, Malcom (2013). One Great George Street, the Headquarters Building of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Whittles Publishing, Scotland.

Griggs, Francis E. (August 2013). Piscataqua Bridge, Structure Magazine.

Grimmer, Anne E. (2013). Illustrated Guidelines on Sustainability for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings, Technical Preservation Series from the National Park Service
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Hinson, Tamara (2013). “25 of Mankind’s Greatest Engineering Achievements,” CNN <> (July 11, 2013).

Kalabon, A, Loescher, E, Sommerville, A, Delatte, N. J. (2013). “Rise and Fall of the Ohio and Erie Canal,” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, 139 (3), 226-234.

Nalder, G. V. (2013). “The Scottish contribution to New Zealand’s lighthouses,” ICE Proceedings, Engineering History and Heritage, 166 (2), 73-82.

Seland, Hans (2013). “A Norwegian roadmaster's 1838 tour of Britain and beyond,” ICE Proceedings, Engineering History and Heritage, 166 (2), 83-93.

Soler, Tomas (2013). “William Bowie, Eminent Scientist, First Chairman (1926-1940) of ASCE’s Surveying and Mapping Division,” Journal of Surveying Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)SU.1943-5428.0000117 (July 4, 2013) Preview Manuscript.

Stacey, D. B. and Visweswaran, V. R.(2013). “Water resources development in the Cauvery river basin, India,” ICE Proceedings, Engineering History and Heritage, 166 (2), 106-118.

Thornton, Geoff, Welsh, Benjamin, Harris, Peter, and Cliff, Graham (2013). “The restoration of Calver weir,” ICE Proceedings, Engineering History and Heritage, 166 (2), 94-105.

The reader will note the predominance of articles by our British friends and the continued success of their journal on engineering history and heritage. ASCE could learn a lot about what their members like to read and promote, or at least not discourage, articles on history and heritage in their Journals.