Benjamin Franklin Summary

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Encyclopedia Articles (12)

924 words, approx. 4 pages
Franklin, Benjamin (b. January 17, 1706; d. April 17, 1790) Printer and publisher, scientist and inventor, ambassador and statesman, politician. Benjamin Franklin's impact on America's... Read more
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Benjamin Franklin 1706-1790 American Scientist, Inventor and Statesman Benjamin Franklin is one of the best known Americans of the eighteenth century. He made significant contributions to a number of ... Read more
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Benjamin Franklin 1706-1790 American writer, publisher, scientist, diplomat, and inventor who made significant contributions to a number of fields, including playing a major role in the founding of th... Read more
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Benjamin Franklin Born January 17, 1706Boston, MassachusettsDied April 17, 1790Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Political leader, diplomat, printer, publisher, writer, scientist, inventor "This i... Read more
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Public Statement on the Hutchinson Letters by Benjamin Franklin Public Statement on the Hutchinson Letters December 25, 1773; excerpted from Benjamin Franklin's Writings "Finding that tw... Read more
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Franklin, Benjamin January 17, 1706 Boston, Massachusetts April 17, 1790 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Scientist, inventor, author, philosopher, and one of the founding fathers of the United States P... Read more
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Excerpt from Benjamin Franklin: a Biography by Benjamin Franklin Excerpt from Benjamin Franklin: A Biography in His Own Words Reprinted in In Their Own Words: The Colonizers Published in 1998 "... Read more
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Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790) American scientist and statesman Before serving his fledgling country during time of revolution, Benjamin Franklin also achieved international recognition for his scient... Read more
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Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790) A printer, author, library organizer, inventor, diplomat, scientist, philanthropist, and statesman, Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston on January 17, 1703, the fifteen... Read more
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Franklin, Benjamin(1706–1790) Benjamin Franklin, the U.S. statesman, scientist, and author, was born in Boston, where he attended school for less than a year. He learned the printer's tr... Read more
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Benjamin Franklin Born January 17, 1706 (Boston, Massachusetts) Died April 17, 1790 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Statesman, diplomat, writer, publisher, scientist Benjamin Franklin, though much older ... Read more
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Franklin, Benjamin Excerpt from Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787 Reported by James Madison Published by Ohio University Press, edited by Adrienne Koch, 1984 On July 5, 1787, delegate... Read more