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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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Ben Franklin, Father of the Fireplace Insert. Franklin Stove Benjamin Franklin is famous for many things, one of which is the invention of the Franklin Stove.

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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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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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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 ...

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The Franklin stove, invented by Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) in 1740, is a free- standing, enclosed unit usually made from cast iron. Being enclosed with ...

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This stove had no grates and was little more than a cast-iron box. About 1740 Benjamin Franklin invented the “Pennsylvania fireplace,” which incorporated the  ...