In What Year Was the Typewriter Invented?


It is not known when the first typewriter was invented but it was either in 1760, 1780, 1784 or 1823. The first American inventor however of typewriters was William Austin Burt, who, in 1829, applied for a patent on his 'Typographer'.
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Christopher Latham Sholes. The actual concept of a typewriter goes back at least to 1714, when Englishman. Henry Mill. filed a poorly-worded patent for "an artificial machine
Christopher Latham Sholes was a U.S.mechanical engineer who invented the
The typewriter was invented in 1868, by Christopher Latham Scholes and his partners S. W. Soule and G. Glidden. report this answer. Updated on Monday, February 06 2012 at 04:31AM
A writing machine was patented in England in 1714, a music typewriter was invented in 1747, and a machine that enabled a blind person to write letters to a sighted person was made
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Christopher Latham Sholes was a U.S. mechanical engineer who invented the first practical modern typewriter in 1868.
The first typewriter was invented in the year 1867. The machine was invented by Christopher Sholes, Carlos Glidden and Samuel Soule and was manual. Based on the work of the three, the first electric typewriter was built in 1872.
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