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A TIMELINE OF BENJAMIN FRANKLINS INVENTIONS, DISCOVERIES, AND GREAT IDEAS! Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin thought that people should put their books together in one building because they were so expensive to buy from England. Public Library 1731
People volunteered to help protect their neighbors houses. Volunteer Department Fire Department 1736
A stove that sits in the middle of a room. Franklin Stove 1742
They are one and the same! Electricity and Lightning 1752
Benjamin Franklin is one of the signers of the declaration of independence. It is a very important document in American history. Founding Father 1776
Thats like having two pair of glasses in one! Bifocal Glasses 1784
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BY EMILY PRICE. What did he study? Benjamin studied many different things in science like smokey chimneys, the affect of oil on water, and electricity.
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