The Franklin stove is a metal-lined fireplace named after Benjamin Franklin, who
invented it in .... In 1742, Franklin finished his first design which implemented new
scientific concepts about heat ...
Franklin's contributions to the American Revolution and the building of a new ...
on an already distinguished career as a writer, publisher, scientist and inventor.
He set up the first volunteer fire department and he came up with the idea of the
... Another Benjamin Franklin invention was the "Franklin Stove", also known as ...
His father, Josiah, had seven children with his first wife, Anne Child, and 10 more
... Franklin stove: In 1741, Ben invented the Franklin stove, an iron furnace that ...
The first manufactured cast-iron stove was produced at Lynn, Mass., in 1642. ...
About 1740 Benjamin Franklin invented the “Pennsylvania fireplace,” which ...
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.
He created the first public library in America, helped pave the first streets,
established the first fire ... Ben invented the Franklin Stove between 1742 and
Of the numerous inventions Franklin created, he did not patent a single one. ...
Franklin stove: Franklin wanted to build a fireplace or small stove that would use
Benjamin Franklin invented swim fins, bifocals, the lightning rod, the Franklin
stove, the ... He created the first map of the Gulf Stream... ... His invention of the
Franklin stove, a cast iron furnace, heated colonial homes more effectively.
Scientist and Inventor: Benjamin Franklin: In His Own Words. ... Franklin wrote
this description of the stove he had invented to promote sales of a model ... In this
draft scientific report, it appears that Franklin wrote his answers first using dark