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The exact history of cotton candy is uncertain, but the invention of machine-spun cotton candy is credited to William Morrison and John C. Wharton, who invented it in 1897 and introduced it under the name "Fairy Floss" at the 1904 World's Fair.


Cotton candy is a form of spun sugar. According to the New York Times, the confection "is ... Machine-spun cotton candy was invented in 1897 by the dentist William Morrison and confectioner John C. Wharton and first introduced to a wide  ...


Machine-spun cotton candy was introduced in 1897 by William Morrison and John C. Warton. The two Tennessee candy-makers invented the world's first cotton ...


May 24, 2012 ... A dentist invented cotton candy. We swear we're not making that up. The year? 1897. The place? Nashville, Tennessee. Dentist William ...


Jul 15, 2016 ... Perversely enough, cotton candy was invented by dentist William Morrison, with the help of confectioner John C. Wharton. Together, in 1897 ...


The Invention of Cotton Candy. Cotton candy is a soft confection that look like a fluffy mass of cotton (but there is no cotton in cotton candy).


Cotton candy is a popular food at carnivals, amusement parks, fairgrounds or circuses. Its fibrous texture makes it unique among sugar confectioneries.


Who Invented Cotton Candy - History of the Cotton Candy.


William J. Morrison (1860-1926): co-inventor of the cotton candy machine. ... In 1897, he and John C. Wharton (a fellow Nashville candy maker) conceived and ...


May 28, 2015 ... Cotton candy is basically sugar, air, and a touch of food coloring. ... named John C. Wharton partnered with an amateur inventor named William ...