For reasons unknown Americans think everything was invented by them.Peanut butter is a good example. It was first made by the Aztecs and Incas.There were at least three patents for the product and process. The earliest was by a Canadian, the others were Americans. All were white:Marcllus Gilmore patented a peanut paste in 1884John Harvey Kellog patented his version in 1895Ambrose Straub patented peanut butter machine in 1903Carver did make and patent a number of things but peanut butter wasn't one of them
Women, African-Americans, and Native Americans
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Mexican Americans, Native Americans and Americans
the first seatbelt was designed for volvos in 1849, the first u.s. patented seatbelt was designed in 1885. it wasn't until 1959 that the shoulder belt (three point) came about and became standard for the united states. hope this answered your question.
around three quarters of Americans
The event that some Americans commonly call the "First Thanksgiving" was celebrated by the Pilgrims after their first harvest in the New World in 1621. The first Thanksgiving feast lasted three days, and was attended by 53 Pilgrims and 90 Native Americans.
a typewriter a sewing table and a suitcase. If you read her official biography it is located there.
only about 36% of Americans can all three branches of government.
Earl Lloyd became the first of three African-Americans to enter the NBA on October 31, 1950. He was a season opener for the Washington Capitals.