Where did Christopher Latham Sholes live?
Christopher Latham Sholes lived in Wisconsin
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because he hade a hard time just writing things down so he was tired a invented the Remington e typewriter and it made writing way easier and sold millions. he hade a hard a hard time just writing things down.So he invented the Remington e. typewriter and he sold millions. the reason it's called t…he Remington e. typewriter is because. he asked Remington firearms and they made them. and the is for the inshel of chrises middle name. ( Full Answer )
chris brown lived in tapphanock va when he was younger. then when he got famous he lived in New Jersey. now he lives in western Virginia down the street from his mother in his own mansion.
Columbus was determined to set sail and find Asia, find gold mines, enslave the Taino, and prove that he found Cathay A.K.A China.
Christopher Columbus's father was a wool weaver and a cheese maker.When he was younger Christopher worked with his father.
Christopher Latham Sholes designed and invented the first moderntypewriter in 1868. He went to Danville School in Danville,Pennsylvania.
Born: February 14, 1819, Mooresburg, Montour County, Pennsylvania, United States. (Wikipedia) . For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated below this answer box.
If St. Christopher actually did exisit it was in the third century. He is mostly a saint of legend.
im a decendent from christopher lathem sholes my name is landon sholes but.....i dont know excatly how his childhood was like, but im trying to find the whole story about how,when,where,what and why. i have a email at firstname.lastname@example.org if any questions i might know just email from above. thank you … Um... if you don't know what his childlife was like than don't write about it! Thank you! I love U AMERICA! ( Full Answer )
\nChristopher Latham Sholes went to college to pursue his dream to be a famous scientist.
The typewriter revolutionized business. It allowed for businessesto expand and produce more at a faster rate.
Christopher Sholes, who was known as the father of the type writer,was married. He married Mary Jane McKinney in 1840.
He lives in Connecticut and he always has. I should know, I see him all the time.
He used to live in Keller, Texas. Not so sure anymore. I believe he attended Keller High School, but has already graduated.
It is not known where St. Christopher lived but he was born inCanaan and died in the Asia Minor. His feast day in the Latinchurch is July 25th.
It is not known what Christopher Columbus's mother did for aliving. She was the daughter of a wool weaver.
Christopher Latham Sholes was born in 1819. He was an American bornin Pennsylvania. He is known for the invention of the modern QWERTYkeyboard, although at the time it was used for typewriters, anotherinvention of his.
There a number of facts about Christopher Sholes. He was born in1819 and died in 1890. He invented the first functional machinewhich earned him the title of father of typewriter and alsoinvented the QWERTY keyboard among others.
nobody realy knows where sholes went to school but there are records that he did
Christopher Latham Sholes is American. Christopher was an inventorand is most known for inventing the QWERTY keyboard which is foundon computers.
The population of Christopher City is estimated between 1,000,000 and 1,250,00 residents. It was also renamed Christopia
Christopher Latham Shoeles, known as the Father of the Typewriter,is the American inventor of the QWERTY keyboard. He built themachine in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1873.
Christopher Latham Sholes, inventor of the first typewriter, wasborn in Pennsylvania on February 14, 1819. His father was OrrinSholes and his mother was Catherine Cook.
Christopher Latham Sholes died at the age of 71 on February 17, 1890. (birthdate February 14, 1819) He is credited with the development of the QWERTY typewriter and keyboard.
Christopher latham sholes called his keyboard a QWERTY keyboard because it is the 6 letters on the third row of the keyboard
Christopher Marlowe was born in Canterbury Kent in 1564. He attended Cambridge University then moved to London in 1587 where he worked as a playwright. He died in Deptford South London in 1593.
Sholes died on February 17, 1890 after battling tuberculosis for nine years, and is buried at Forest Home Cemetery in Milwaukee.
christopher lathem sholes was born on feb 14 1819 Milwaukee Wisconsin He died on the day February 17 1890 ACCUALLY, he died of tuberculosis.
Christopher Latham Sholes married Mary Jane McKinney in 1840. He was an inventor who made the typewriter with two of his friends.
This is a coincidence. His first models, used in very early mechanical typewriters, used an alphabetic layout: . 3 5 7 9 N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 2 4 6 8 . A B C D E F G H I J K L M . However, people found that the typewriters mechanical arms for commonly used letters were too close together, …and jammed when one tried to type at any speed. Thus, the QWERTY layout was designed to keep commonly used letters apart, so a speedy typist wouldn't find their typewriter arms jamming. ( Full Answer )
I don't know maybe he was board and wanted something to do I really don't know that's why you go to school to learn these kind of things.
he was born in joplin, missouri, but lives in New York he does not live in joplin, missouri. since i personally know his family.
that question makes absolutely NO sense whatsoever. The bloody question would have to be something like "Where was Christopher Sholes when the first typewriter was made?" See my point?
He died on, February 17, 1890 I believe in Milwaukee. At least that's his resting place.
Presumably somewhere under the auspices of King Ferdinard. Of course he wasn't Spanish, he was Italian.
If you really ask me all i know is he went to school, but as far as going to highschool and college i don't knowm and really don't give a crap if he did go to shcool.
Im not sure christopher sholes has a motheer I tried google search but havent found it Let me try again to answer
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Christopher Latham Sholes , an American inventor, is the Father ofthe Typewriter. He also designed the QWERTY keyboard that we stilluse today.
Christopher Eccleston is an English actor, best known for his roleas the Ninth Doctor on the hit sci-fi show Doctor Who. He currentlyresides in the UK with his wife and son.
Christopher Columbus' father was Domenico Colombo, a middle-classwool weaver, who later also had a cheese stand both in Genoa andSavona, Italy.
If you look the the first letters of the key board are his brothers last name.
Yes ,indeed he is his myspace says his last log-in was 11/10/09 which was not a long time ago and he has a bunch a friends with bunch of people.
i heard that the QWERTY design was because on type writers people got so used to the keys in the Alpha position that the type writer would become jammed at points when people would press 2 keys at the same time.. so he put the keys in a random order
Columbus wasn't that important, so someone else would have come along and found the islands he found. His legend has been over blown and made the man into larger than life. He actually did very little, was a selfish man, and treated his crew with disrepect. He killed the natives he found and only wa…nted the gold. He died fighting the crown for the promises that made him when he sailed in 1492. ( Full Answer )
The First Practical typewriter was invented my many Genius inventors but the first commercial successful Typewriter was invented by Christopher in Millwakee , WI , USA . ( Not exactly sure about place , but most of my research gives Millwakee )
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He lived for most of his life in the Old Court House on Hampton Court Green (there is an English Heritage blue plaque on the house wall).
Christopher is a legendary saint who may have never existed. Virtually nothing is known about him, including where he was born and lived. It is thought that he may have been a martyr in the middle of the 3rd century.
Christopher Sholes was born on February 14, 1819 and died on February 17, 1890. Christopher Sholes would have been 71 years old at the time of death or 196 years old today.
Christopher Wilkinson-Latham has written: 'Uniforms & weapons of the Zulu War' -- subject(s): Colonial forces, Great Britain, Great Britain. Army, History, Military weapons, Uniforms, Zulu (African people), Zulu War, 1879 'The Boer War' -- subject(s): Juvenile literature, South African War, 1899…-1902 ( Full Answer )