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Was This Invented By A Man Or A Woman?

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    Elizabeth Magie patented "The Landlord's Game" in 1904, to protest land-grabbing and demonstrate its effects.

    Elizabeth Magie patented "The Landlord's Game" in 1904, to protest land-grabbing and demonstrate its effects.
    Via The New York Times
  2. I Already Have a Watch
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    Stephanie Kwolek won DuPont's Lavoisier Medal of Honor for outstanding technical achievement in 1995 for her discovery.

    Stephanie Kwolek won DuPont's Lavoisier Medal of Honor for outstanding technical achievement in 1995 for her discovery.
    Via American Chemical Society
  3. Autoweek
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    Mary Anderson was credited with the invention of the windshield wiper blade after patenting a window cleaning device for automobiles in 1903.

    Mary Anderson was credited with the invention of the windshield wiper blade after patenting a window cleaning device for automobiles in 1903.
    Via Alchetron
  4. Today
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    Josephine Chochran's dishwasher was patented in 1886 and showcased it at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition.

    Josephine Chochran's dishwasher was patented in 1886 and showcased it at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition.
    Via Alchetron
  5. Medium.com
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    After marketing her invention for over 20 years, Bette Nesmith sold her invention of "Liquid Paper" to the Gilette Company for over 47 million dollars.

    After marketing her invention for over 20 years, Bette Nesmith sold her invention of "Liquid Paper" to the Gilette Company for over 47 million dollars.
    Via Alchetron
  6. Top Dog Tips
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    Mary A. Delaney patented a leading device for dogs in 1908.

    Mary A. Delaney patented a leading device for dogs in 1908.
    Via Slate
  7. Inverse
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    Sarah Goode's folding beds were granted a patent in 1885.

    Sarah Goode's folding beds were granted a patent in 1885.
    Via Pinterest
  8. Youtube
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    As a Shaker, Tabitha Babbitt never patented any of her inventions, but her solution to the inefficiency of a whip saw came in 1813.

    As a Shaker, Tabitha Babbitt never patented any of her inventions, but her solution to the inefficiency of a whip saw came in 1813.
    Via Nikki Nigl
  9. SMNRC.org
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    Although her late husband is credited as the inventor in the 1859 patent, Martha Coston spent ten years prior inventing and perfecting the idea she found in one of her husband's old notebooks.

    Although her late husband is credited as the inventor in the 1859 patent, Martha Coston spent ten years prior inventing and perfecting the idea she found in one of her husband's old notebooks.
    Via American Civil War Story
  10. ibcbiometrics.com
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    Marie Van Britton Brown invented closed circuit television as a home security system and applied for the patent in 1966.

    Marie Van Britton Brown invented closed circuit television as a home security system and applied for the patent in 1966.
    Via womenrockscience.tumblr.com

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