Sarah Goode was the first African American woman to receive a US patent. Learn more about her and other African American inventors at About.com

Sarah Goode was the first African American woman to receive a US patent. Learn more about her and other African American inventors at About.com

An amazing collection of Graphic organizers (in English - need to translate)

An amazing collection of Graphic organizers (in English - need to translate)

Philip Emeagwali, biography, A Father of the Internet, supercomputer pioneer, Nigerian scientist, inventor

Philip Emeagwali, biography, A Father of the Internet, supercomputer pioneer, Nigerian scientist, inventor

Homemade Peanut Butter - for African American Inventor's theme

Homemade Peanut Butter - for African American Inventor's theme

Fred Jones, a master inventor, he created numerous devices, from a portable x-ray machine to an automatic movie ticket dispenser to a refrigerated trucking system. His creativeness caused the largest corporations and the United States government to seek his help.

Fred Jones, a master inventor, he created numerous devices, from a portable x-ray machine to an automatic movie ticket dispenser to a refrigerated trucking system. His creativeness caused the largest corporations and the United States government to seek his help.

Osbourn Dorsey	  Door-Holding Device

Osbourn Dorsey Door-Holding Device

African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey: Elijah McCoy

African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey: Elijah McCoy

African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey: Benjamin Banneker

African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey: Benjamin Banneker

African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey: Black History Month Stories Many familiar black inventors are discussed along with a surprising amount of unfamiliar names in our special Black History Month Stories. What we know about early African American innovators comes mostly from the work of Henry Baker. He was an assistant patent examiner at the U.S. Patent Office who was dedicated to uncovering and publicizing the contributions of Black inventors. Photo: George Washington…

African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey: Black History Month Stories Many familiar black inventors are discussed along with a surprising amount of unfamiliar names in our special Black History Month Stories. What we know about early African American innovators comes mostly from the work of Henry Baker. He was an assistant patent examiner at the U.S. Patent Office who was dedicated to uncovering and publicizing the contributions of Black inventors. Photo: George Washington…

African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey: African American Patent Holders

African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey: African American Patent Holders

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