The Best Great Inventors

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  • Benjermin Banneker

    Benjermin Banneker
    He died on October 9, 1806. Little is known about Benjermin's father Robert, a first generation slave who had fled his owner. Banneker carved wooden replices of each piece and used the parts to make a clock that struct hourly. Benneker made a astronimical predicted solar and lunar eclipses for inclusion in his ephemeries. Banneker never married because of declinning sales, his last almanac was published in 1797. He died in his long cabin nine years later on October 9, 1806.
  • Eli Whitney

    Eli Whitney
    He died on January 8, 1825. Eli Whitney was an inventor that made the cotton gin. Eli's mother died when he was at the age of 11. Eli has 4 siblings. His stepmother opposed him to attend college, so he worked on the farms and did labor stuff. For years he had ideas of inventing something no one made before. So he made the cotton gin so people wouldn't be picking cotton seeds that are very sharp to take from the cotton and sometimes taking seeds out of cotton can bleed your fingers.
  • Louis Pasteur

    Louis Pasteur
    Louis Pasteure was born on December 27, 1822. He died on September 28, 1895. He died by complcation from series of strokes. He was best known as reowned inventor of pasteurization. Pasteur became a proffeser of chemist on 1854. He devoloped a vaccine using the first vaccination against rabies in humans. One time he had been instructed to inoclate chickens after Pasteur went on an holiday. In honor of his work and influins constributions, pasteur was made a grand coxi of the legend of honor.
  • Thomas Edison

    Thomas Edison
    He died on October 18, 1931.He was an American inventor, scientist, and businessman who developed many devices that greatly influenced life around the world, including the Light bulb, the phonograph and many more. Edison had very little formal education as a child, attending school only for a few months. Edison move to Port Huron in Michigan.
  • Henry Ford

    Henry Ford
    He died on April 7, 1947. He was a prominent american industrialist. He was born on a farm near Chicago, Michigan. At an early age Henry put an interest on mechanical things. For many years he was an apprentice of mechanical things. After that he married Clara Bryant in 1888. After he married he made the first Quadra cycle. He also found the Ford motor company.
  • George Washington Carver

    George Washington Carver
    He died on January 5, 1943 George Washington Carver was an african american scientist. He studied agriculuture and find out how to roatate crops to bring more nutrients. You might be wondering how George become a scientist? Well George wanted to go to college and he became the first african american to go to Iowa State University. George invented the peanut butter or the peanuts that we eat today. He also made chemicals to see which nutrients you could put in soil.
  • Madam C.J. Walker

    Madam C.J. Walker
    She died on May 25, 1919.Her mother died possibly of cholera,in 1872.On August 11,1894 married a man named Jhon Davis.Madam C.J. Walker was a African-American businesswoman, hair care entrepreneur and philanthropist.She moved with here older sister and brother in law willie powell.When sara was 20 her husben died.
  • Robert H. Goddard

    Robert H. Goddard
    He died on Augest 10, 1945. Young Goddard was always interested in science since he was little. He was inspired by his father who taught him how genarate static electricity. He learned that when he was five. he wanted to make an invention since he was five. The invention he wanted to make is that liquid fueled rocket. he made that on Mach 16, 1926. After some years he died. He died by throat cancer.