It tell a about one even in the author's life.
It gives information about why a person is important
It tells the author's thoughs and feelings
People have made clocks throughout history.
Clocks made by John Harrison have become famous.
Building a clock that could travel on a ship was simple.
John Harrison spent his life trying to make the perfect ship clock.
It was decorated with leaves.
It had many wooden parts.
It was extrememly accurate.
It looked like a small tree.
He asked for money to make more improvements on the clock.
The Board did not like the appearance of the clock.
He could not prove the clock solved the longitude.
The Board preferred a clock that included a pendulum.
He tested it under conditions that would make it unreliable.
He moved the three clocks to the Royal Observatory.
He called John Harrison a "mere mechanic."
He decided to test the timepieces himself.
A narrator outside the story
John Harrison's grown son
Famous ships of the 1700s.
Commerce in the port of Hull.
Longitude and sea navigation.
The history of public education.
John Harrison had children.
John Harrison was devoted in solving a problem that finally got him prize money.
John Harrison grew old as he created different clocks.
John Harrison like to travel around the world.
In alphabetical order
In chronological order
In numerical order
In order of importance