William Otis (1813–1839) was an American inventor of the steam shovel. Otis
received a patent for his creation on February 24, 1839. In 1839, William Smith
Bill Otis is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University, a one-time
federal prosecutor, and a former Special White House Counsel for President ...
Mar 25, 2009 ... William S. Otis invented the steam shovel in 1835. His invention was one of the
first pieces of earthmoving equipment available and was readily ...
Aug 18, 2006 ... William S. Otis (1813-1839), an American engineer who invented the first
powered construction machine and the steam shovel in 1835; the ...
Feb 16, 2011 ... The firm of Carmichael, Fairbanks and Otis was constructing a segment of
railroad near Canton, MA, with such a force in 1835 when William S.
May 30, 2014 ... William G. Otis. Adjunct Professor of Law. Georgetown University Law Center.
Former Assistant U.S. Attorney and Chief of the Appellate ...
Jul 29, 2015 ... That left it to his teammate, William Otis, to go it alone in defending the
sentencing status quo. After a blunt opening volley—“Two facts about ...
William Smith Otis. (1813-1839). 2012 Inductee from Mining's Past. American
inventor of the steam shovel. Born in Pelham Massachusetts in 1813 and cousin
Jun 7, 2007 ... Keep the conviction and collect the cash, but commute the jail sentence.
William G. Otis. c. January 1, 2014 - Present Adjunct Professor, Georgetown
University Law Center Videos: 1 c. January 19, 2000 - Present Professor, George