Alexander Miles (May 18, 1838–May 7, 1918) was an African-American inventor
who was best known for being awarded a patent for an automatically opening ...
(Late 1830s–1918). Miles's automatic elevator doors dramatically improved
passenger safety. Background: Miles's exact birthplace and birthdate are
Alexander Miles was an African-American inventor who was born in Ohio in 1837
. In the late 1850s, he moved to Wisconsin and made a living as a barber.
Alexander Miles was an African-American inventor who was awarded a patent in
1887 for an automatically opening and ... What is Alexander Miles' biography?
Read a biography about Alexander the Great from his early life to becoming a ...
Alexander led his army a further 11,000 miles, founding over 70 cities and ...
Chris McCandless - Into The Wild journal, diary, biography and family. ... and
assumed the name Alexander Supertramp of which he got from the book The ...
Apr 18, 2012 ... David Alexander Miles Andrews son of David William Andrews and Louise ...
Matthew Miles Andrews 1887-1938 ... Birth Date: about 1870
Apr 2, 2014 ... Learn more about Alexander Lucius Twilight, the first black U.S. college ... and
the first African American to win election to public office, at Biography.com. ... at
Middlebury College, located roughly 30 miles east of Randolph.
Aug 6, 2014 ... A.A. Milne was born Alan Alexander Milne on January 18, 1882, in London,
England. He and his two older brothers were raised in London by ...
Alexander Graham Bell, Scottish-born American inventor and teacher of the deaf,
.... By 1889 there were 11,000 miles of underground wires in New York City.