This was invented by Thomas Newcomen and his assistant John Cally. It used steam to power a pump.
This was a book by Benjamin of his research, certain ideas and thoughts on how he saw energy.
This was created because of the first successful water-powered roller spinning textile mill in America.
He accomplished this by connecting two wires to a battery and attaching a charcoal strip on the other ends
This was because of Thomas Newcomen inventing the first viable steam engine in 1712.
He was a physicist who studied the solar spectrum, magnetism, electricity, and optics.
It began to operate on the Fox River in Appleton, Wisconsin.
Created in Cleveland Ohio by Charles F. Brush. It was made of wood and generated at about 12 kilowatts of power.
Many people and animals lost their homes in the building of this dam. Also, many natural disasters formed because of it.