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The Franklin stove is a metal-lined fireplace named after Benjamin Franklin, who invented it in 1741. It had a hollow baffle near the rear and relied on an ...

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In colonial America, homes were warmed by a fireplace. The Franklin stove, invented in 1742, is a metal-lined fireplace that stands in the middle of a room.

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Mar 10, 2006 ... Fascinating facts about the invention of the Franklin Stove by Benjamin Franklin in 1742.

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The Franklin Stove was the very first version of a modern wood fireplace insert ... Ben set out to invent a fireplace that would be safer and more efficient, and he ...

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FRANKLIN STOVE, invented in 1742 by Benjamin Franklin, was a device for giving greater warmth, more comfort, and cleaner heating at a lower fuel cost.

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With the 1739 invention of the Franklin Stove, Ben Franklin hoped to solve the problem of all the heat escaping through the chimney. He built his stove as part of  ...

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In 1742, Benjamin Franklin resolved many of these issues by setting out to invent a safer heating method: the freestanding cast-iron stove. He actually referred to ...

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Nov 6, 2013 ... Ben Franklin Stove - Many people know Benjamin Franklin was not only a Founding Father but also an avid inventor and man of ideas.

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Jun 11, 2017 ... On June 11, 1742, the Founding Father invented the cast-iron creation that came to bear his name.

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Franklin stove: type of wood-burning stove, invented by Benjamin Franklin (c. 1740), that was used to warm frontier dwellings, farmhouses, and urban homes for ...