Edison, Thomas


Edison, Thomas

One of America's foremost inventors. His inventions created and contributed to movies, telephones, records and CDs. He is most famous for the lightbulb and the phonograph, as well as contributing to the development of the telephone. More patents were issued to Edison than have been issued to any other single person in U.S. history: 1,093.

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