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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Can_opener

A can opener or tin opener is a device used to open tin cans (metal cans). Although preservation of food using tin cans had ...

connecticuthistory.org/the-first-us-can-opener-today-in-history

On January 5, 1858, Waterbury native Ezra J. Warner invented the first US can opener. The idea of storing food in cans dates back almost 50 years earlier when.

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2012/06/the-can-opener-wasnt-invented-until-48-years-after-the-invention-of-the-can

Jun 4, 2012 ... The early cans were far too thick for any dedicated can opener. As the ... The can opener that most of us still use today was invented in 1870 by ...

www.ideafinder.com/history/inventions/canopener.htm

The first practical can opener was developed 50 years after the birth of the metal can. Canned food was invented for the British Navy in 1813. Made of solid iron, ...

www.thoughtco.com/history-of-the-can-and-can-opener-1991487

Apr 22, 2017 ... British merchant Peter Durand made a impact on food preservation with his 1810 invention of the tin can.

americacomesalive.com/2013/11/08/cans-can-openers-inventors

First the can had to be invented; then they had to figure out how to get the food out of the can. That fell to Ezra Warren, J. Osterholdt and William Lyman.

www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=18.0

The first basic tin can opener was invented by Ezra Warner of Waterbury, Conneticut in 1858. The design was improved upon by William Lyman ...

perryponders.com/2015/07/21/tinned-food-was-invented-45-years-before-the-tin-opener

Jul 21, 2015 ... The idea of storing food in airtight containers came from a French chef named Nicolas Appert, when in 1795 the French military offered a cash ...

www.innovateus.net/invention/cans-and-can-openers

He invented the canned food but didn't put too much thought into how it was to be opened. The cans were very heavy to be opened with a can opener which ...

targetstudy.com/knowledge/invention/137/can-opener.html

Apr 18, 2010 ... If it wasn't for the Cans there wouldn't be a need to invent the Can Opener. Robert Yates, a cutlery and surgical instrument maker of Trafalgar ...