Benjamin Franklin did many things, including; -inventing numerous things (most famously bifocals, the lightning rod, and the Franklin stove) -serving as the colonies' ambassador to France and man to get an alliance between the two -writing Poor Richard's Almanac and his autobiography -creating of the Pennsylvania Gazette -being a founding father: laying out the 3 branches of government, serving on the Continental Congress, etc -being a genius Long story short: He was amazing! He contributed written work, inventions, political ideals and notions, and a set of fine values. He saved many lives with his lightning rod. == ==
Ben was 1. Writer 2. Editor of the declaration/ signed the declaration 3. Inventor of Franklin stove, bifocals, lightening rods 4. Diplomat 5. At the constitutional convention 6. Began schools 7. Started the first fire department in Philadelphia 8. Opened the Philadelphia library 9. Left a bank account for Philadelphia that couldn't be opened until 1999.
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The name of Benjamin Franklin was, strangely enough, Benjamin Franklin.
Benjamin Franklin wrote The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin.
The library, The police, The fire department, the lightning rod, the Franklin stove, he printed papers, the postal service etc...
Benjamin Franklin helped write the Declaration of Independence. He also helped unite the colonies to fight the British with a cartoon of a cut up snake. (JOIN OR DIE.) Banjamin Franklin introduced electricity to the colonies.
He invented the fire station and the library. He invented the fire station and the library.
Yes Benjamin Franklin was a mason!
benjamin franklin lives in philadelphia
Benjamin Franklin was from Boston, Massachusetts.
Benjamin Franklin was a physicist.
Benjamin Franklin worried about America.
Benjamin Franklin was a patriot in America.
Benjamin Franklin was never president.
Benjamin Franklin invented bifocal glasses and the Franklin stove.
Benjamin Franklin has written: 'Benjamin Franklin, wit and wisdom' -- subject(s): Quotations, Statesmen
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin admired his wife and kids