Historical First Patents: The First United States Patent for Many Everyday Things
This book covers the A to Z's of America's first inventions. Each of the more than 80 stories of first inventions provide a historical evaluation of the steps leading up to the invention, a biographical sketch of the inventor, and a brief description of how the invention was made. Includes patent drawings.
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