Sarah Boone was the African American woman who held a patent for the ironing board. Her invention made ironing sleeves easier and is the model for modern ironing boards today.
Is there a biography on Sarah Boone Black inventor?
What is Sarah Boone's occupation?
How do you find a photo of Sarah Boone the inventor of the ironing board?
go on Google.com then type in Sarah Boone name in then enter then click image the u will see a black an d white piture of her -Incorrect, Sarah Boone is an African American inventor and the black and white photo on Google.com is of a older white women. There are no photos of Sarah Boone, the inventor, online as of yet.
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What do you need to do to convert a 220V waterfall picture to 110V?
You need to acquire a 110V to 220V step-up transformer. Just be sure to take into consideration the frequency of the AC voltage. I believe the UK runs at 50 hz. and the US is at 60 hz. What that means to you is that the waterfall will run faster here in the States. Also be sure that the transformer's output will match the power consumption of the device you're going to power with it. Do they make such a device? Yes, but you can also use a 220V to 110V step-down transformer in reverse. (Providing it's just a transformer.)
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Where can you read the biography of Sarah Boone?
It is difficult to find information on Sarah Boone, an African American inventor who on April 26,1892, obtained United States patent rights for her improvements to the ironing board. Bernstein, Leonard, Alan Winkler, and Linda Zierdt-Warshaw. American Women in Technology: An Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO (2000). ISBN 1-57607-072-7