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    So we all know Thomas Edison, but we didn’t really know what he did for us. So you ask yourself who is Thomas Edison, well he was an inventor and he was well known for it. Was he the greatest inventor of all time? He made the phonograph. Also he made one of the greatest invention and it was the light bulb, but you ask , How did he invent light. What was his childhood like? what was his education like? what inventions did he make? Did he get married? Did he have kids?

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    Who is Thomas Edison? Before learning about his other inventions I only knew Thomas Edison as the man who invented the electrical light bulb. Did you know the light bulb was not Thomas Edison’s only invention? Yes it is the most the popular and is still used today but Thomas Edison is also responsible for many inventions that have helped make advances in Mass Communications. These inventions include the kinetograph/kinetophone, phonograph and multiple models of the telegraph and telephone. Due to

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    This is Thomas Edison. Thomas Edison is a famous inventor who invented lots of things that we use today. He was born a very long time ago in the United States of America. Thomas was a very naughty child. He used to always get into trouble for misbehaving such as the time when he set his father’s barn on fire. He was only six years old when this incident took place. Thomas only started school at the age of seven. He was unable to go to school at an early age because he was quite sick and his mom

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    said some form of light containing a light bulb of some kind. Well, before Thomas Edison came along people used gas lamps, and fire to see. Thomas Edison was person who revolutionized the world with his amazing invention of the incandescent light bulb, and he also had other revolutionary inventions. Thomas Alva Edison was born on February 11, 1847 in Milan, Ohio (Edison’s Light bulb). His parents were Samuel and Nancy Edison, and he was the last of seven children. As a child he had very little education

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    Thomas Alva Edison was born in Milan, Ohio, on February 11, 1847. He was the youngest of seven children. His mother was Nancy Matthews Elliott and his father was Samuel Edison Jr. Edison has gone to school for a very short time, only twelve weeks. He was hyperactive when he was a child and his teachers had problems teaching him. So, instead of going to school, his mother taught him, who was a teacher. Edison also had an ear infection at a young age which led to some hearing loss.       Thomas Edison

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    Thomas Alva Edison was born in February 11, 1847, in Milan, Ohio. He was the last child of the seven. When he was a child he had an ear infection that almost made him deaf. In 1854 he moved to Port Huron, Michigan. He started public school and attended for only 12 weeks due to ADHD. He was later home schooled by his mother. As a child he enjoyed reading and reciting poetry. At age 12 Edison convinced his parents to let him sell newspapers at the Grand Trunk railroad line. As he worked there he started

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    help us to pass our daily life. Edison is the man. He is one of the greatest inventors in the history. His creation had changed the world a long time ago. He was known to be one of the people with the most perseverance and patience. The light bulb we know today is one of his greatest and most influential inventions. Without his perseverance and patience, he won’t be as successful as the world knows him today. The light bulb he invented helps us see in the dark. Edison was born on February 11, 1847

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    Thomas Edison was born February 11, 1847 in Milan, Ohio. His parents were Sam and Nancy Edison. His father Samuel Edison Jr. was a rebel against the Royal Canadian Government and high tempered and stubborn like his father Samuel Edison Sr. Thomas Edison's mother was the daughter of a Baptist Minister and was the base in the Edison family. She also has the same temper as her husband which countered Samuel Edison Jr. They were married in 1828 in Vienna, Ontario. At the age of 14 Thomas Edison was pretty

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    Thomas Edison was a great businessman who held over one thousand patents for his amazing, tremendously life changing inventions. His entrepreneurship began when he was only twelve years old, when he began to sell his self-published newspaper to the people who passed by him, at the “Grand Trunk Railroad.” At this same exact railroad, he set up a lab and began experimenting with chemicals. At the age of twenty-two he moved to New York, where he worked on his version of the stock ticker. Edison seemed

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                                        Thomas Alva Edison is one of the most influential people of his time. This native born Ohioan is credited with many invention that we use today and that many of us take for granted. Countless hours of hard work went into everything he accomplished. That drive is what made him the man he was and defined him as an individual. Thomas Edison was born February 11, 1847 in Milan, Ohio. He was the seventh and last child of Samuel Edison, Jr. and Nancy Elliot Edison. His parents had no

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