Black Inventors: Granville T. Woods

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Granville T Woods:

• #299,894, 6/3/1884, Steam boiler furnace
• #308,817, 12/2/1884, Telephone transmitter
• #315,368, 4/7/1885, Apparatus for transmissions of messages by electricity
• #364,619, 6/7/1887, Relay instrument
• #366,192, 7/5/1887, Polarized relay
• #368,265, 8/16/1887, Electromechanical brake
• #371,241, 10/11/1887, Telephone system and apparatus
• #371,655, 10/18/1887, Electromagnetic brake apparatus
• #373,383, 11/5/1887, Railway telegraphy
• #373,915, 11/29/1887, Induction telegraph system
• #383,844, 5/29/1888, Overhead conducting system for electric railways
• #385,034, 6/26/1888, Electromotive railway
• #386,282, 7/17/1888, Tunnel construction for electric railways
• #387,839, 8/14/1888, Galvanic battery
• #388,803, 8/28/1888, Railway telegraphy
• #395,533, 1/1/1889, Automatic safety cut-out for electric circuits
• #463,020, 11/10/1891, Electric railway system
• #507,606, 10/31/1893, Electric railwaysupply system
• #639,692, 12/19/1899, Amusement apparatus
• #656,760, 8/28/1900, Incubator
• #662,049, 11/20/1900, Automatic circuit-breaking apparatus
• #681,768, 9/3/1901, Regulating and controlling electrical translating devices
• #690,809, 1/7/1902, Apparatus for controlling electric motors or other electrical translating devices
• #695,988, 3/25/1902, Electric railway
• #701,981, 6/10/1902, Automatic air brake
• #718,183, 1/13/1903, Electric railway system
• #762,792, 6/14/1904, Electric-railway apparatus


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2 thoughts on “Black Inventors: Granville T. Woods”

  1. Most Inventions Are By Africans.Europeans are less intelligent people,just copycats.
    Benjamin Banneker 1731-1806(The Almanac and Designed Washington DC)
    1. Lawn Mower J. A. Burr May 19, 1889
    2. Baby Buggy W. H. Richardson June 18, 1899
    3. Lock W. A. Martin July 23, 1889
    4. Bicycle Frame Issac R. Johnson Oct. 10, 1899
    5. Door Stop O. Dorsey Dec. 10, 1878
    6. Cellular Car Phone Henry T. Sampson July 6, 1971
    7. Clothes Dryer G. T. Sampson June 6, 1892
    8. Mail Box Paul B. Downing Oct. 27, 1939
    9. Curtain Rod S. C. Scratton Nov. 30 1889
    10. Lunch Pail James Robinson 1887
    11. Mop Thomas B. Stewart June 11, 1893
    12. Door Knob O. Dorsey Dec. 10, 1878
    13. Dust Pan Lawrence P. Ray Aug. 3, 1897
    14. Elevator Alexander Miles Oct. 11, 1867
    15. Fire Extinguisher T.J. Marshall Oct. 26, 1872
    16. Spark Plug Edmond Berger Feb. 2, 1830
    17. Folding Bed L. C. Bailey July 18, 1889
    18. Gas Heater B. F. Jackson TBD
    19. Railway Signal A. B. Blackburn TBD
    20. Window Cleaner A. L. Lewis 1892
    21. Ice Cream Augustus Jackson TBD
    22. Typewriter Burridge & Marshman Apr. 7, 1885
    23. Tricycle M. A. Cherry May 8, 1888
    24. Lawn Sprinkler J.W. Smith May 4, 1897
    25. Thermostat Control Frederick M. Jones Feb. 23, 1960
    26. Golf Tee T. Grant Dec. 12, 1899
    27. Stove T. A. Carrington July 25, 1876
    28. Fountain Pen W. B. Purvis Jan. 7, 1890
    29. Folding Chair Brody & Surgwar June 11, 1889
    30. Stethoscope Imhotep Ancient Egypt
    31. Fire Escape Ladder J. W. Winters May 7, 1878
    32. Eye Protector P. Johnson Nov. 2, 1880
    33. Refrigerator J. Standard July 14, 1891
    34. Potato Chip Huram S. Thomas TBD
    35. Ironing Board Sarah Boone Dec, 30, 1887
    36. Latern Michael C. Harvey Aug. 19, 1884(First Heart Surgeon)
    37. Lunch Pail James Robinson 1887
    38. Key Chain F. J. Loudin Jan. 9, 1894
    39. Toilet T. Elkins 1897
    40. Stream Table G.W. Kelley 1897
    41. Ice Cream Scooper Alfred Cralle Feb 2, 1897
    42. Ship Propeller George Tolivar TBD
    43. Lemon Squeezer J. H. White 1896
    44. Motor J. Gregory TBD
    45. Airplane Propelling James S. Adams TBD
    46. Sailing Apparatus James Forten 1850
    47. Wrench John A. Johnson TBD
    48. Helicopter Paul E. Williams TBD
    49. Guitar Robert Flemming Jr. Mar. 3, 1886
    50.Dr. Philip Emeagwali
    Father of the Internet
    Consciousness!
    Our Thoughts Will Manifest.
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  2. This is crazy!

    Our children must know these things so that they can take up the hard sciences and stop relying on mysticism /white gods (eg white jesus & allah) and afrikan-invented hocus pocus.

    Of course we need institutions/equipment/teachers to nature the hard sciences in Afrikan youth. The west & east (chinese,japanese & indians) will never help Afrika meaningfully with that (where will they sell their things?) so Afrikan governments have to put resources together and think BIG!

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