September 1, 1730 in History
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Benjamin Franklin marries Miss Read




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Benjamin Franklin History:
April 17, 1790 - Benjamin Franklin, statesman and inventor, dies at 84
May 23, 1785 - Benjamin Franklin announces his invention of bifocals
July 26, 1775 - 1st Postmaster General: Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania takes office
September 11, 1773 - Benjamin Franklin writes "There never was a good war or bad peace"
November 30, 1753 - Benjamin Franklin receives Godfrey Copley-Penny
May 10, 1752 - Benjamin Franklins 1st tests the lightning rod
June 11, 1742 - Benjamin Franklin invents his Franklin stove
February 16, 1741 - Benjamin Franklin's General Magazine, 2nd U.S. magazine begins publishing
December 19, 1732 - Benjamin Franklin under the name Richard Saunders begins publication of "Poor Richard's Almanack"
November 8, 1731 - In Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin opens 1st U.S. library
October 11, 1726 - Benjamin Franklin returns to Philadelphia from England
July 23, 1726 - Benjamin Franklin sails back to Philadelphia
January 4, 1725 - Benjamin Franklin arrives in London
December 24, 1724 - Benjamin Franklin arrives in London
January 17, 1706 - Benjamin Franklin, Boston, kite flyer, statesman, and inventor


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