The first "indoor" Plumbing credit goes to the Romans, how ever primitive it may have been. They first invented the aqueducts that carried water from the mountains and hills surrounding Rome, and were famous for the "Roman Baths".
I was born Mar 31. 1929. In a small town in IL. We always had indoor plumbing. The Aztec's had indoor plumbing.
The ancient Egyptians had flush toilets. The ancient Romans had indoor plumbing.
Probably for the same reasons we have bathrooms and indoor plumbing.
It’s indoor plumbing
The very first instance of indoor plumbing in the United States was in 1829. Isaiah Rogers built the innovative Tremont Hotel, the first building to have indoor plumbing.
About 2,000 years ago the Romans started using indoor plumbing.
Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was the very first American to have indoor plumbing! :)
yes they have it
Check out ancient Rome or Greek plumbing history
Yes they had indoor plumbing in World War 2. Some farmers did not have it but nearly everyone in the cities in the US, US and Europe and Some Asian places had indoor plumbing. You asked the right person. My grandfather had a hardware store and plumbing business way back then.
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I belive that some parts of India still dont have indoor plumbing but, check smoe other sources too!!
The ancient Greeks did.
The first indoor bathtub was introduced in 1870. It was in Seattle, Washington. John Michael Kohler later made the first tub specifically for indoor bathing in 1883. He did this by applying enamel to a horse through. His company later started making indoor toilets, sinks, and other plumbing. Kohler is still a popular name in indoor plumbing to this day.
Greece had indoor plumbing as far back as 300 BC as did Roman empire
Guide dogs don't use indoor plumbing. They are taught to do their business on command at the curb.
The first signs of plumbing date back as far as 8000 B.C. in Scotland where evidence has been found of indoor plumbing pipes or troughs that carried water and wastes out to a nearby creek.
They have been credited with indoor plumbing