Benjamin Franklin

[Boyle] Benjamin Franklin is a bronze sculpture of a seated Franklin by John J. Boyle at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is located in front of College Hall, on Locust Walk, between 34th and 36th Streets, and is one of three statues of Franklin on the campus. It was commissioned by department store founder J...
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Benjamin Franklin

noun printer whose success as an author led him to take up politics; he helped draw up the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution; he played a major role in the American Revolution and negotiated French support for the colonists; as a scientist he is...
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Benjamin Franklin

USS Benjamin Franklin is an American strategic missile submarine of 8250 tons displacement dived launched in 1964. USS Benjamin Franklin is powered by a Westinghouse pressurised-water cooled S5W nuclear reactor providing a top speed of 25 knots dived. She carries a crew of 143 including 13 officers and is armed with 16 Lockheed Trident (C4) nuclear...
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Benjamin Franklin

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Benjamin Franklin

[surgeon] Sir Benjamin Franklin KCIE (1844 – 17 February 1917) was a British surgeon. After being educated at University College, London and in Paris, he entered the Indian Medical Service, where he worked at Lucknow and Simla. In 1894 he was appointed personal physician to Lord Elgin, the Viceroy, and held this position until 1899. He wa...
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Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin was an American statesman and scientist. He was born in 1706 at Boston and died in 1790. The son of a tallow-chandler and soap-boiler, he was apprenticed to his elder brother, a printer, and developed an eager fondness for books and writing.
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Benjamin Franklin

[disambiguation] Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790) was an American statesman, writer, scientist, and inventor. Benjamin Franklin or Ben Franklin may also refer to: ...
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Benjamin Franklin

[clergyman] Benjamin Franklin (1 February 1812 – 22 October 1878) was an important conservative figure in the American Restoration Movement, especially as the leading antebellum conservative in the northern United States branch of the movement. He is notable as the early and lifelong mentor of Daniel Sommer, whose support of the 1889 Sand...
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Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin FRS ({OldStyleDateDY|January 17,|1706|January 6, 1705}{spaced ndash} April 17, 1790) was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and in many ways was `the First American`. A world-renowned polymath, Franklin was a leading author, printer, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, inventor, civic activist, .....
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Benjamin Franklin

[Jouvenal] A gift of Stilson Hutchins, a founder of the Washington Post, it was dedicated on January 17, 1889, at 10th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. It was moved to its current site in 1982. ...
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