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The inventor of stick candy is unknown, but the Lollipop name was trademarked by George Smith in 1931. Smith claimed to have named it after his favorite race horse.
Samuel Born had already invented a machine that inserted sticks into candy, called the Born Sucker Machine, in San Francisco in 1916.


A lollipop is a type of confectionery consisting of a sweetmeat of hard candy or water-ice ... There is some speculation that lollipops were invented during the American Civil War (1861–1865). Others believe some version of the lollipop has  ...


The first incarnation of the lollipop was probably created by cave people thousands of years ago who collected honey from beehives with a stick. Not wanting to ...


In America, the history of the first lollipops has been distorted over time. There is some speculation that lollipops were invented during the American Civil War.


Dec 16, 2014 ... Samuel Born was a Russian immigrant who invented a lollipop making machine.


Lollipop, one of the most popular candies in modern times, had a long and interesting history. Here you can find out more about this interesting candy, from its ...


6 days ago ... Last week, Stephen Few critiqued lollipop charts and I wrote a post in their defense, in which I claimed I coined the term “lollipop chart” when I ...


The company created a machine that automated the lollipop making process and could make 40 lollipops per minute. However, others claim Samual Born was ...


Categories: Great Depression and World War II, Invention and Technology, New ... New Haven Gives the Lollipop its Name – Today in History: October 13.


Oct 31, 2016 ... Meet the 11-Year-Old Who Invented a Healthy Lollipop. Made with plant-derived sugar alternatives, Alina Morse's Zollipops help reduce the ...