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 ...
On May 7, 1878, the fire escape ladder was patented by Joseph Winters. ...
Joseph Winters went on to lead a fruitful life, and reached the age of 100, before
The exhibit offers visitors a complimentary booklet about Joseph Winters' life and
contributions as an inventor, author, and supporter of the Underground ...
Feb 27, 2011 ... February is Black History Month, which was originally started as a special week
by historian Carter G. Woodson. Each day we're going to focus ...
This article was published in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 6, (MUP
), 1976 ... Samuel Vincent Winter (1843-1904) and Joseph Winter (1844-1915), ...
Joseph Winters, a 14-year-old autistic kid, died in the Rose Rock medical facility
... Though, no camera was near to capture the final moments of the teen's life.
Biography for Joseph Winters. Pennsylvania ... Abstract: Joseph Winters was a
slave who escaped with his family to Chambersburg. He would later invent the ...
He lived the rest of his life as a free person. .... the high floors in the tall buildings
that's when Joseph Winters invented a wagon mounted fire escape ladder.
The fire escape ladder was invented by Joseph Winters in 1878. ... drill at home
can mean the difference between life and death when it comes to the real thing.
Coloring book page with picture of Joseph Winters, African-American inventor.