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  • 168589Q8743Thomas Alva EdisonThomas AlvaEdisonEdison,_Thomas AlvaThomas Edison.jpg18471931American inventor of Dutch origin and businessman who developed
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  • Operation on Thomas A. Edison  (1905)  786384Dangerous Operation on Thomas A. Edison1905 DANGEROUS OPERATION ON THOMAS A. EDISON __________
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  •  (1878)  Sketch of Thomas Alva Edison By George M. Shaw 616942Popular Science Monthly Volume 13 August 1878 — Sketch of Thomas Alva Edison By George M
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  • Science VI 470 Poisons of the Intelligence-Hasheesh 482 Sketch of Thomas Alva Edison 487 Editor's Table 492 Literary Notices 498 Popular Miscellany 506
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  • Britannica, Volume 8 Edison, Thomas Alva 6742391911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 8 — Edison, Thomas Alva EDISON, THOMAS ALVA (1847-    ), American
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  • Loosened Cord, by Alexander W. Drake Edison's Invention of the Kineto-Phonograph. Introduction, by Thomas A. Edison Edison's Invention of the Kineto-Phonograph
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  • Times. WEST ORANGE, N.J., Nov. 17. - As his 66th birthday approaches Thomas A. Edison is credited with contemplating one of the most radical business steps
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  • Thomas A. Edison's Workshop  (1880)  1391957Thomas A. Edison's Workshop1880 THOMAS A. EDISON'S WORKSHOP WHAT A VISITOR SAW AND WAS TOLD THERE
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  • Reference Work (1914) Edison, Thomas Alva 87680The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Edison, Thomas Alva Edison, Thomas Alva.  To no other
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  • Century Magazine by Thomas A. Edison Volume 48, Issue 2 (June, 1894) Edison's Invention of the Kineto-Phonograph: Introduction 116223Century Magazine
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  • American Biography Edison, Thomas Alva 1220170Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography — Edison, Thomas Alva EDISON, Thomas Alva, inventor, b
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  • Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the Wright Brothers, and Thomas Edison. From Fort Necessity in Pennsylvania, where a young George Washington
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  • Sec. 7109. Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area. Sec. 7110. Thomas Edison National Historical Park, New Jersey. Sec. 7111. Women's Rights National
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  • STORY OF THOMAS EDISON, THE WIZARD INVENTOR. Revised by William H. Meadowcroft, of the Edison Laboratories, Author of “The Boyhood of Edison.” STORY OF
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  • b. Milton, Quebec, Canada, 6 Oct. 1866. He was chemist-in-chief in Thomas Edison's laboratory from 1887 to 1890 and the two following years an electrician
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  • Vierge Urrabieta Thomas Alva Edison (p.126): Raymond Blathwayt - Wild Beasts - How they are Transported and Trained (p.136): Thomas Hardy - Master John
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  • speaking telephone of Graham Bell, together with the Phonograph of Thomas Edison (which, although not an electrical machine, grew out of the telephone)
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  • in the history of American invention because it marks the birth of Thomas Alva Edison, who, among other things, perfected and patented the first practical
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  • there followed this announcement: "My subject is the early life of Thomas Alva Edison." Everyone settled down most contentedly and Gus saw Bill hug himself
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  • electric light. The defendants justified under certain patents to Thomas A. Edison, particularly No. 223,898, issued January 27, 1880; denied the novelty
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