Benjamin Franklin


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printer whose success as an author led him to take up politics

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Since then, Eastern National has funded countless educational and interpretive programs, and helped to purchase important artifacts for the park, such as a desk that was owned by Benjamin Franklin in 1965.
The First American: The Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin.
Former directors at Benjamin Franklin Bancorp Inc, William P Bissonnette, Daniel F O'Brien and Thomas R Venables, have joined Independent Bank Corp's board of directors.
The State Department co-sponsored the event with the Benjamin Franklin House Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose primary grantee is the Benjamin Franklin House in London, the only known existing home of Franklin.
In 1736, Benjamin Franklin created the Union Fire Company as an organized volunteer fire company.
I have wondered what Benjamin Franklin would think if he were propelled 230 years into the future into a doctor's appointment, complete with a recommendation to have gastric bypass surgery for his obesity.
Runaway America: Benjamin Franklin, Slavery, and the American Revolution.
THE FIRST SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN: Benjamin Franklin and the Pursuit of Genius
The Amazing Life of Benjamin Franklin by James Cross Giblin Scholastic Inc.
January 17 marks the 300th birthday of Benjamin Franklin.
Question: If Benjamin Franklin were alive today - or better yet, on Tuesday - would he be able to blow out all of his birthday candles?
GLENDALE - Students walking into Theodore Roosevelt Middle School and Benjamin Franklin Elementary in the fall will find new principals, and other schools will get new assistant principals.
He was recently awarded Engineering News Record's Award of Excellence and was named Franklin Institute Laureate upon receiving the Benjamin Franklin Medal in Civil Engineering.
Bolt of Fate: Benjamin Franklin and His Electric Kite Hoax.
Franklin, Jefferson, & Madison: On Religion And The State by Constitutional history expert and scholar Gregory Schaaf (Co-coordinator of the Center for Indigenous Arts & Cultures, an historical archive and museum located in Sante Fe, New Mexico) showcases the life stories of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison with a special emphasis upon their respective religious views and expressions of faith as recorded in their correspondences and other writings as revealed in their personal papers housed in the Library of Congress, the National Archives, and other library collections.
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