What are facts about George T Sampson the inventor?
when and where did inventor George T. Sampson die?
if it is the black inventor george t Sampson u are takling about he invented the clothes dryer
George was born on 29th of June 1993
he wasv born on the 24th of July of 1861
Henry T Sampson, Inventor No, he is not dead.
George T. Sampson, who is credited with being the first inventor to come up a design for a clothes dryer (he got a patent for his invention in June of 1892), was born in Palmyra, New York, but during his adult life, he lived in Dayton, Ohio.
You can go on google and look up "important facts about Henry T Sampson" and it should give you some facts
George T Sampson was the one who invented the clothes dryer in 1892.
George T. Sampson But I need more facts about him as like when he was born and when he died.
The African American inventor who invented the cellphone is Henry T. Sampson.
help me i need this for a facts quiz
Was Henry T Sampson inventor of the cell phone and GT Sampson inventor of the clothes dryer related?
Henry Sampson didn't invent the cellular phone, a man by the name of Martin Cooper did. Henry Sampson did invent the PHOTO ELECTRIC CELL, which has nothing in common with the cell phone.
Henry T. Sampson was an African American inventor born in Jackson, Mississippi in 1934. He has not died yet, he is still alive and well.
American inventor Henry Thomas Sampson is still alive (as of 22 February 2008).
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his invented the clothes dryer
2008 july 30
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Henry T. Thomas Sampson, Jr. is an American inventor. He was born in Jackson, Mississippi in 1934. His father name was H. T. Sampson Sr., former executive dean of Jackson State University.
George T.Sampson was born on the 24th of,July of 1861.He was born in Manchester.
George T. Sampson was born on July 24, 1861. He was born in Palmyra, New York. He ended up dying in 1902.
The clothes dryer was built/invented by George T. Sampson in 189.
because people had to wash and dry clothes
The following was found at: http://www.geocities.com/cureworks1/blackinventorslist.htm G. T. Sampson was an inventor who invented the clothes dryer on June 7, 1892.
birth 1993 death 2008 July 30
first of all most people wouldn't exept the fact that he was black so he did what most blacks thought they couldn't do, he got a good education and became a inventor
I don't know when he did, but I know that it was patented in June 7, 1892.
Commodore George Dewey. Commodore Wiliam T. Sampson.
Henry T. Sampson Sr. Died in 1967.
Henry t Sampson pictures to print
did henry t sampson have any kids
geoge t sampson was born in manchester
William T. Sampson was born on 1840-02-09.
William T. Sampson died on 1902-05-06.
William T. Sampson commanded at Santiago and George Dewey commanded at Manila.
No, Booker T. Washington was not an inventor.
He invented the clothes dryer.
He was born in Jackson,Mississippi
He is not dead he is 76 and still going .
He was born on April 22-1934. ^.^
He never even made the cell phone. On July 6, 1971, Sampson and co-inventor George Miley received a patent on a "gamma electric cell" that converted a gamma ray input into an electrical output (Among the first to do that was Bernhard Gross, US patent #3122640, 1964). What, you ask, does gamma radiation have to do with cellular communications technology? The answer: nothing. Some multiculturalist pseudo-historian must have seen the words "electric" and "cell" and… Read More
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He never invented the cell phone.
He was born in 1934 and is still alive
There are photos of Joseph Lee the inventor in the book Lee's Bread Machines by Jerome T. Peoples
George T. Sampson on June 7,1892. How do you know this is a myth you wasn't even born yet,so please don't say its a myth if you don't know the truth,he was problem the last one people assume made the clothes
I know, I well want one too! The only thing I can suggest is getting one of those ' Customize your own shirt ' website, or attending the A2AA and George Sampson Halloween partys where they sell them for £10 x
Granville T. Woods accomplishments was to be a better inventor.