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Joseph Richard Winters (August 29, 1816 – November 29, 1916) was an African- American abolitionist and inventor who, on May 7, 1878 received U.S. Patent number 203,517 for a wagon-mounted fire escape ladder.

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Apr 6, 2017 ... Black American inventor Joseph Winters improved wagon-mounted and building- mounted fire escape ladders. He was active in the ...

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On May 7, 1878, the fire escape ladder was patented by Joseph Winters. Joseph Winters invented a wagon-mounted fire escape ladder for the city of ...

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The fire escape ladder was patented by Joseph Winters.

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Dec 13, 2016 ... Joseph Winters was important to the safety of people who live in cities. On May 7, 1878, the fire escape ladder was patented by Joseph Winters.

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The fire escape ladder was invented by Joseph Winters in 1878. Back then he used a wagon to hoist the ladder, which was designed for the Pennsylvania city of ...

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May 6, 2016 ... The ladders were easier to raise with Winters' invention. ... Here is another wagon-mounted fire escape ladder with a design similar to the one ...

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INVENTOR. INVENTION(S). Africans. Paper, Chess, Alphabet, Medicine, .... water Reduction paint. Paul E. Williams. Helicopter. J.B. Winters. Fire escape ladder ...

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The many faces of great African Americans inventors. .... that's when Joseph Winters invented a wagon mounted fire escape ladder. ... He invented a fire escape ladder that was mounted on fire wagons for the city of Chambersburg, Pa in 1878.