George Washington Inventors

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Many American leaders were scientists and inventors during the Enlightenment Era. George Washington, however, is best known as America’s first president. Before then, his career was occupied as a surveyor. It was quite the same way for Thomas Jefferson, the third president. His interests were logical studies of nature, such as anatomy, anthropology, botany, meteorology, and physics. These previous occupations aren’t just leaders exclusive. Benjamin Franklin who never served as a president had a keen curiosity about the world. Humans had the willpower to perfect society, he believed. This two curiosity and belief guided his ways to a successful inventor. First of all, the citizens faced sudden chill in climates they needed warmth and a quicker
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