After editing and review, the Proceedings of the inaugural International Early Engines Conference, in May 2017, were published in three parts in the International Journal for the History of Engineering & Technology, the journal of the Newcomen Society.
Publication began with Part 1 of the Proceedings, published as Volume 87(2) 2017, of the International Journal for the History of Engineering & Technology in July 2018.
Part 2 arrived in 2019, published as Volume 88(1) of that title.
Part 3 followed in 2020 with Volume 88(2) 2018. These issues are available in print form from the Newcomen Society online shop, or may be accessed electronically by becoming a member of the Newcomen Society. Alternatively individual articles can be purchased online from Taylor and Francis.
All of the IEEC 2017 conference delegates received copies of these proceedings.
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Conference handbook and compendium
Copies of the IEEC 2017 full delegate handbook, containing details of the conference, introduction, agenda, guide to site visits and a valuable compendium of early engines articles can still be obtained via the publications officer at South Gloucestershire Mines Research Group.
For information about the contents, please see the following summary:
To obtain a copy please visit the SGMRG publications page.
At the International Early Engines Conference held at Elsecar in May 2018, Cornish mining historian Rick Stewart was pleased to present his new work, published by the Trevithick Society. Entitled Mine Pumping Engines in Eighteenth Century Cornwall. Paperback £17.50, ISBN 978-0-9935021-2-5 (170 pages).