STEAM TRICYCLE, 1888. Inventor Lucius D. Copeland demonstrating his steam tricycle
STEAM TRICYCLE, 1888.
Inventor Lucius D. Copeland demonstrating his steam tricycle, known as the Phaeton Moto-Cycle, outside the north entrance of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., 1888. Riding at the front of the vehicle is the photographer Frances Benjamin Johnston
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TELEVISION, 1927. The television pioneer, Swedish-born Ernst Fredrik Werner Alexanderson
The television pioneer, Swedish-born Ernst Fredrik Werner Alexanderson (1878-1975) at the first home television reception in the world, in his home at Schenectady, New York, 1927
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ROBERT FULTON (1765-1815). American engineer and inventor
ROBERT FULTON (1765-1815).
American engineer and inventor. Fulton's first experiment with paddle wheels, attached to a small fishing boat on the Conestoga River, Pennsylvania, summer 1779. Lithograph, American, c1850
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