Who Invented Copper Wire?

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The copper wire was invented by Thomas Doolittle in 1876. The copper wire he created was strong enough to replace the iron wire that was used in the telegraphy industry. You can find more information at www.ampersandcom.com
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Ancient people invented copper wire to use in their jewelry making. Michael Faraday then started making and using copper wire for experiments. This was during the Scientific Revolution.
Thomas B. Doolittle invented hard copper wire in 1877 in Connecticut. Although some say it was two Scotsmen fighting over a copper penny. Lousy joke!
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