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Who Invented the Pen?

Who Invented the Pen?

Introduction The ability to write is one of those things that men believe sets them apart from animals. It is also one of the oldest. Archeologists have found cave drawings from the time of primitive humans. These were made with sharpened rocks, the first writing instruments. Early...
Who Invented Gingerbread Men?

Who Invented Gingerbrea...

One can say that the person who invented gingerbread men actually influenced a lasting love of many people towards sweet stuff and biscuit or cookie moulds. The Legend of the Gingerbread Men Many say that it was Queen Elizabeth I who invented gingerbread men. This respected queen of...
Who Invented the Mars Bar?

Who Invented the Mars B...

The Mars Bar is a popular chocolate candy introduced by Mars Inc. It was first developed at a factory of the firm in Slough, Great Britain. To improve the market and sales of the firm, it launched variations of the product in the different parts of the world. Additionally, the company...
Who Invented the Train?

Who Invented the Train?

The history of the train will show that Richard Trevithick made the first steam tramway locomotive in 1804. In 1814, George Stephenson created the Blucher, the first steam locomotive meant for railway use. Early History of Railways Records show that as far back as 1550, the Germans had...
Who Invented the X Ray?

Who Invented the X Ray?

X Ray is a kind of electromagnetic and ionizing radiation that has shorter wavelength as compared to the ultraviolet ray. This radiation is very useful for crystallography as well as diagnostic radiography. Because of the functions of the electromagnetic radiation, the term is commonly...
Who Invented Thanksgiving?

Who Invented Thanksgivi...

The history of Thanksgiving began in 1621. The celebration was done to give thanks to God and the Native Americans who helped the English settlers cope with the winter season in Plymouth in Massachusetts. Early Thanksgiving Records show that prior to 1621, there were other thanksgiving...
Who Invented Bacon?

Who Invented Bacon?

A look at the history of bacon reveal that the word is likely derived from three sources. The French word bako, the Germanic word bakkon or Old Teutonic backe. All the words mean “back” in English, which is where bacon cuts are usually taken from. In the US the cut is from the pork...
Who Invented Bowling?

Who Invented Bowling?

There are those who wonder who invented bowling. Bowling is a sport that brings various health benefits. It is basically an anaerobic type of exercise that is comparable to lifting free weights and walking. This popular sport is older than you might think. Let’s go over the history...
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