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Granville T. Woods was an African-American inventor from Columbus, Ohio. His inventions include the egg incubator and some railroad technologies.

The inventor of the egg incubator was an African American named Granville Woods. Other inventions of Woods includes the automatic brake and the air brake.

Granville Tailer Woods was an African-American inventor who held more than 50 patents. Five of his inventions were an egg incubator, multiplex telegraph, telegraphony, third rail and air brake.

Granville Trey Woods,is his name

Granville T Woods died in Harlem,Newyork.

what were some of granville t woods hard ships

Granville T Woods' parent's names were Tailer and Martha Woods.

Granville T. Woods accomplishments was to be a better inventor.

who is that u maen granville t woods yes he had kids

Granville T Woods was born in Columbus in April 23,1856.

what year did Granville T. Woods invent the transmitter

Granville Woods' brother, also an inventor, was Lyates Woods. His sister was named Rachel Woods Madison.

Actually, no one knows. think about it, he was an African American man in the 1800s, so no one paid attetion to his favorite food(s).

Granville T. Woods was known as this because he was an african american and invented many things. his most famous inventions improved electric trains.

His wife was Loretta Woods

Tailer and Martha Woods

the parents of Granville woods

granville t woods first job was being a black smith

yes, Granville W. Woods invented roller coaster in 1000 B.C.

Tailer and Martha Woods

Laytes and Sydney Woods were his siblings.

He is 1/4 African American on his father's side.

Granville t woods had a brother named Lyates Biney with whom he founded woods electric company with and a sister named Sidney woods. His parents were Tailer and Martha woods.

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