developing the phonograph and motion camera
Thomas Edison was an American inventor born on February 11, 1841 in Milan, Ohio. Throughout his life he patented 1,093 inventions.
His first great invention was the phonograph in 1877, it recorded sounds creating indentations on a drum wrapped within a foil. The first thing he recorded was his voice saying "Mary had a little lamb."
Later, he worked with William K. L. Dickson, they wanted to link the phonograph with a zoetrope wich strung together series of images giving the sensation they moved. They succeeded and constructed a motion picture camera wich they named "The Kinetograph" in 1891.
considered the turning point in pacific war. the japanese tried to lure the american navy out so it could be destroyed but failed. the americans were led by admiral chester nimitz. the victory by america would put them on the offensive for the remainder of the war.
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the olive branch petition was an attempt to state the rights of the colonists while keeping their loyalty to the british crown. hope this !
creating an effective steam engine