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  1. Franklin’s greatest business accomplishment came from the publication of Poor Richard’s Almanack. On December 19, 1732 Franklin published his first almanac under the pseudonym of Richard Saunders. The almanac was published for the year of 1733 and was published once a year for the next 25 years.

  2. 12/06/2017 · Despite a common misconception, Benjamin Franklin did not discover electricity during this experiment—or at all, for that matter. Electrical forces had been recognized for more than a thousand years, and scientists had worked extensively with static electricity. Franklin’s experiment demonstrated the connection between lightning and ...

  3. Le lycée Benjamin-Franklin est un établissement d'enseignement secondaire et supérieur français de l'académie d'Orléans-Tours situé dans le centre-ville d'Orléans, le département du Loiret et la région Centre-Val de Loire. Localement, le lycée est souvent nommé Benjam'. L'établissement est l'un des seize lycées de la Métropole d'Orléans, il tient son nom de l'écrivain ...

  4. On October 2, 1729 Benjamin Franklin and his partner Hugh Meredith seized the opportunity to purchase the Pennsylvania Gazette from Samuel Keimer. The Pennsylvania Gazette was founded by Samuel Keimer in 1728 under the cumbersome name of The Universal Instructor in all Arts and Sciences: and Pennsylvania Gazette.

  5. At Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, our plumbers provide unforgettable service and flawless plumbing repairs, installations, and maintenance. Contact us to request service or learn about the Ben Franklin Society, a club membership that provides regular plumbing maintenance to keep your system running. For sudden plumbing problems, 24-hour emergency plumbers are available!

  6. 02/03/2015 · Ben Franklin's Famous 'Liberty, Safety' Quote Lost Its Context In 21st Century He once said: ... Benjamin Wittes, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and the editor of Lawfare, ...

  7. 11/10/2020 · Benjamin Franklin nació el 17 de enero de 1706 en Boston (Estados Unidos). Si bien recibió educación formal hasta los 10 años, Franklin abandonaría la escuela prematuramente para ayudar a su padre en la fábrica de velas y jabones de la familia.

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