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  1. Benjamin Franklin: An American Life by Walter Isaacson, 2004-05-04
  2. The First American: The Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin by H.W. Brands, 2002-03-12
  3. Benjamin Franklin Wit and Wisdom (Americana Pocket Gift Editions) by Benjamin Franklin, 1998-04-01
  4. From Boyhood to Manhood Life of Benjamin Franklin by W. M. (William Makepeace) Thayer, 2009-10-04
  5. Autobiography and Other Writings (Oxford World's Classics) by Benjamin Franklin, 2009-01-15
  6. The Real Benjamin Franklin (American Classic Series) by Andrew M. Allison, 1982-08-01
  7. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin by Benjamin Franklin, 1994-07-01
  8. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (1706-1757) by Benjamin Franklin, 2007-07-01
  9. A Picture Book of Benjamin Franklin (Picture Book Biography) by David Adler, John Wallner, et all 1991-03
  10. Benjamin Franklin (Yale Nota Bene) by Edmund S. Morgan, 2003-09-24
  11. Benjamin Franklin: Autobiography, Poor Richard, and Later Writings (Library of America) by Benjamin Franklin, 2005-10-06
  12. The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin by Gordon S. Wood, 2005-05-31
  13. Benjamin Franklin's the Art of Virtue: His Formula for Successful Living by Benjamin Franklin, 1996-06-01
  14. Benjamin Franklin by Ingri D'Aulaire, 1998-11-01

1. Benjamin Franklin - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In 1727, Benjamin Franklin, 21, created the Junto, a group of like minded aspiring artisans and tradesmen who hoped to improve themselves while they
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Signature Benjamin Franklin January 17 O.S. January 6 April 17 ) was one of the most important and influental Founding Fathers of the United States of America . A noted polymath , Franklin was a leading author and printer satirist political theorist politician ... statesman and diplomat . As a scientist he was a major figure in the Enlightenment and the history of physics for his discoveries and theories regarding electricity . He invented the lightning rod bifocals , the Franklin stove , a carriage odometer , and a musical instrument . He formed both the first public lending library and fire department in America. He was an early proponent of

2. Quick Biography Of Benjamin Franklin
Quick Biography of Benjamin franklin benjamin Franklin, a printer by trade, a scientist by fame, and a man of action by all accounts, continues to shape
Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston on January 17, 1706. He was the tenth son of soap maker, Josiah Franklin. Benjamin's mother was Abiah Folger, the second wife of Josiah. In all, Josiah would father 17 children. Josiah intended for Benjamin to enter into the clergy. However, Josiah could only afford to send his son to school for one year and clergymen needed years of schooling. But, as young Benjamin loved to read he had him apprenticed to his brother James, who was a printer. After helping James compose pamphlets and set type which was grueling work, 12-year-old Benjamin would sell their products in the streets.
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When Benjamin was 15 his brother started The New England Courant the first "newspaper" in Boston. Though there were two papers in the city before James's Courant , they only reprinted news from abroad. James's paper carried articles, opinion pieces written by James's friends, advertisements, and news of ship schedules. Benjamin wanted to write for the paper too, but he knew that James would never let him. After all, Benjamin was just a lowly apprentice. So Ben began writing letters at night and signing them with the name of a fictional widow, Silence Dogood. Dogood was filled with advice and very critical of the world around her, particularly concerning the issue of how women were treated. Ben would sneak the letters under the print shop door at night so no one knew who was writing the pieces. They were a smash hit, and everyone wanted to know who was the real "Silence Dogood."

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Benjamin Franklin was born on January 17, 1706 in Boston, Massachusetts. His accomplishments as a scientist, publisher and statesman are particularly remarkable when considered in the context of colonial North America, which lacked the cultural and commercial institutions to nourish original ideas. He dedicated himself to the improvement of everyday life for the widest number of people and, in so doing, made an indelible mark on the emerging nation.
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Benjamin Franklin initially gained acclaim through his organization of the Junto (or the Leather Apron Club), a small group of young men who engaged in business and debated morality, politics, and philosophy. Through his work with the club, Ben Franklin is credited with initiating a paid city watch, volunteer fire department, subscription library (Library Company of Philadelphia), and the American Philosophical Society, which promoted scientific and intellectual dialogue and, to this day, is one of the nation's premiere scholarly associations.

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Benjamin Franklin and Antoine Lavoisier, Rapport des commissaires chargés par le roi de l examen du magnétisme animal (1784), as translated in The Chain of
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Jump to: navigation search He that would live in peace and at ease, Must not speak all he knows, nor judge all he sees. Benjamin Franklin ) was an American inventor, journalist, printer, diplomat, and statesman.
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  • Mankind naturally and generally love to be flatter'd : Whatever sooths our Pride, and tends to exalt our Species above the rest of the Creation, we are pleas'd with and easily believe, when ungrateful Truths shall be with the utmost Indignation rejected. "What! bring ourselves down to an Equality with the Beasts of the Field! with the meanest part of the Creation! 'Tis insufferable!" But, (to use a Piece of common Sense) our Geese are but Geese tho' we may think 'em Swans; and Truth will be Truth tho' it sometimes prove mortifying and distasteful.
    • "A Dissertation on Liberty and Necessity, Pleasure and Pain" (1725) I believe there is one Supreme most perfect being.
      • "Articles of Belief and Acts of Religion" (1728) I believe He is pleased and delights in the happiness of those He has created; and since without virtue man can have no happiness in this world, I firmly believe He delights to see me virtuous.

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Benjamin Franklin was many things: a printer, writer, scientist, inventor, statesman, civic leader, and diplomat. As a scientist, he is best known for his experiments with electricity. As a writer, he is known for Poor Richard's Almanac and his autobiography. He was the oldest figure of the American Revolution. Franklin also was the only person to sign the three documents that established the United States: the Declaration of Independence, the peace treaty with Britain that ended the Revolutionary War, and the Constitution.
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Benjamin Franklin was quite active politically as well. In addition to serving on the colonial legislature from 1751-1764, he held the posts of deputy postmaster of Philadelphia (1737-53) and deputy postmaster general of the Colonies (1753-74). From 1757 to 1762 and from 1764 to 1775, Franklin lived in England, acting as an agent for Pennsylvania, Georgia, New Jersey and Massachusetts. It was during his second stay that he evolved from an English loyal into a Colonial patriot. The Stamp Act lead Franklin to defend the colonies in the House of Commons. When Franklin returned to Philadelphia in May of 1775, he became a member of the Continental Congress.
During the Congress he was part of the committee that helped draft the Declaration of Independence. Later, he served as president of the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, and traveled to Europe as a diplomat. Between 1776 and 1779 he worked in France, negotiating for an alliance and for treaties of commerce. With the aid of John Jay and John Adams, he negotiated the Treaty of Paris which brought the War for Independence to a close. From 1785 to 1787 Franklin was back in Pennsylvania where he was elected president of the Supreme Executive Council of Pennsylvania. He attended the Constitutional Convention in 1787, and while he was not in complete accord with various parts of the Constitution, he signed it all the same, and even served as a mediator of disputes that arose between different delegates.

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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born Boston, Mass. In 1723, at 17, he went to Philadelphia and by 1730 become sole owner of a business that included the Pennsylvania
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Edited A.C. Image 2001 by Virtualology TM FRANKLIN, Benjamin, statesman and philosopher, born in Boston, Massachusetts, 17 January 1706;(1. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 17 April 1790. (See representation of birthplace on page 531.) His family had lived for at least three centuries in the 15arish of Ecton, Northamptonshire, England, on a freehold of about thirty acres. For several generations the head of the family seems to have been the village blacksmith, the eldest son being always bred to that business. Benjamin's grandfather, Thomas, born in 1598, removed late in life to Banbury, in Oxfordshire, while his eldest son, Thomas, remained on the estate at Ecton. This Thomas received a good education, and became a scrivener. He came to be one of the most prominent men in his County, and formed a friendship with the Earl of Halifax. In mental characteristics he is said to have borne a strong likeness to his immortal nephew. In the following year Benjamin was apprenticed to his elder brother, and, becoming interested and proficient in the work, soon made himself very useful. He indulged his taste for reading, which often kept him up late into the night. Like so many other youthful readers, he counted Defoe and Bunyan among his favorites, but presently we find him studying Locke's "Essay on the Human Understanding," and the Port Royal logic. While practicing himself in arithmetic and the elements of geometry, he was also striving to acquire a prose style like that of Addison. He wrote little ballads and songs of the chapbook sort, and hawked them about the Streets, sometimes with profit to his pocket. At the same time reading Shaftesbury and Collins, until some worthy people began to look askance at him and call him an infidel strengthened an inborn tendency toward freethinking.

9. The Papers Of Benjamin Franklin
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Benjamin Franklin is a fitting symbol of colonial Philadelphia. His boundless energy and firm belief in progress put him at the head of numerous civic
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Benjamin Franklin is a fitting symbol of colonial Philadelphia. His boundless energy and firm belief in progress put him at the head of numerous civic improvement projects and human betterment activities. Over the course of half a century, his efforts, and those of his less well-known fellow citizens, helped transform Philadelphia from a simple Quaker town at the edge of a wilderness into the most socially advanced city on the continent.
Among the public enterprises Franklin launched or helped to create were the first firefighting company in America, the first fire insurance company, street lighting and paving, the reorganization of the town watch, a local militia, and Philadelphia's first hospital. His inquiring mind led him to great discoveries and inventions, but he, like most city leaders, was also concerned with the dissemination of "useful knowledge" and the education of others. He was a prime mover in the founding of the Philadelphia Academy (now the University of Pennsylvania),

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  • Born: January 17, 1706 Wife: Deborah Read Died: April 17, 1790 (aged 84) Author of Poor Richard's Almanac Founder of the American Philosophical Society In 1753, both Harvard and Yale awarded him honorary degrees Inventor of the Bifocals, the Franklin stove and the Glass Armonica Helped draft of the Declaration of Independence Signer of the United States Constitution
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    Benjamin Franklin, in addition to his other pursuits, was interested in promoting spelling reform. In 1768, while living in London, he wrote A Scheme for a

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    NOTE: THE CHILDREN OF THE CODE PROJECT IS NOT ADVOCATING ALPHABET OR SPELLING REFORM. WE SHARE THESE PIECES AS EXHIBITS OF THINKING ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE CODE AND READING RELATED PROBLEMS. " every Letter ought to be, confin'd to one; the same is to be observ'd in all the Letters, Vowels and Consonants, that wherever they are met with, or in whatever Company, their Sound is always the same. It is also intended that there be no superfluous Letters used in Spelling, i.e. no Letter that is not sounded, and this Alphabet by Six new Letters provides that there be no distinct Sounds in the Language without Letters to express them". - Benjamin Franklin There was then no science of phonetics for him to know. He was a printer and writer who had observed the disorderly confusion of English spelling. But instead of proposing surface changes he went straight to the first principles of the matter. The letters used in English did not match the sounds. Six of the letters, he thought, were unnecessary: C.

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    14. The World Of Benjamin Franklin
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    America has never forgotten Benjamin Franklin because he did both. He lived these words of wisdom by writing as much as he possibly could and by doing even more. He became famous for being a scientist , an inventor , a statesman , a printer , a philosopher , a musician , and an economist . Today, we honor Ben Franklin as one of our Founding Fathers and as one of America's greatest citizens. Although he was born in Boston, the city of Philadelphia is remembered as the home of Ben Franklin. In Philadelphia, you can find both Ben's gravesite and the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial . You'll also find The Franklin Institute Science Museum This quick glimpse at the long life of a complex man is meant to help you learn about Ben Franklin and also to let you see how Ben's ideas are still alive in our world today. To learn all that you can about the Franklin family, try taking a look at the

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    Benjamin Franklin, born January 17, 1706, was the 10th son, and 15th child, of 17 children in the Josiah Franklin family. Josiah was a soap and candlemaker, who lived in Boston, Massachusetts with his second wife, Abiah Folger. Although Franklin learned to read at an early age, he only attended grammar school for two years. By the time he was 10 years old, Franklin was working for his father. However, he did not enjoy the candlemaking profession, and two years later, Franklin was apprenticed to his brother James, a printer. For five years, Franklin sought to master the printers' trade. During this time, he also strove to improve his education. Franklin read numerous classics and perfected his writing style. One night, Franklin slipped a letter, signed "Silence Dogood," under the door of his brother's newspaper, the New England Courant. That letter and the next 13 written by Franklin were published anonymously. The essays were widely read and acclaimed for their satire. After a quarrel with his brother in 1723, Franklin left Boston for Philadelphia, where he again worked in the printing industry. He established a friendship with the Pennsylvania governor, Sir William Keith, and at Keith's suggestion, Franklin decided to go into business for himself. Keith offered to arrange letters of credit and introduction for Franklin's trip to London to purchase equipment. Unfortunately, Keith proved unreliable, and Franklin arrived in London with no means. However, he quickly found employment in two of London's largest printing houses, and after two years, earned enough money to return to America.

    16. Benjamin Franklin: A Documentary History -- J.A. Leo Lemay
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    17. Ben's Guide: Benjamin Franklin
    Tells about franklin s contributions as a printer, librarian, inventor, and statesman. Also includes a timeline of his life.
    Benjamin Franklin Hello kids! Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Benjamin Franklin. I will be your guide throughout this site. You probably know me best as a Founding Father and from my "shocking" kite experiment. I have been chosen to represent GPO Access since I was involved in setting up the first public library in America and my work during the early days of government printing has led some people to give me the honorary title of "first public printer" of the United States. Click on one of the areas below to learn more about my life: Printer Librarian Inventor Statesman Or view a timeline of my life. A service of the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office Last updated: February 5, 2007 12:59
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    18. Benjamin Franklin | American Statesman And Inventor
    benjamin franklin was born on January 17, 1706 in Boston, Massachusetts. He was the tenth boy of 17 children. franklin was one of the leading founding
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    shall rise up with fleas. Benjamin Franklin was born on January 17, 1706 in Boston, Massachusetts. He was the tenth boy of 17 children. Franklin was one of the leading founding fathers of the United States of America. He signed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States, and served as the new nation's ablest diplomat.
    Franklin's formal schooling ended early but his education never did. He believed that "the doors to wisdom are never shut," and read every book he could get his hands on. Franklin taught himself simple algebra and geometry, navigation, logic, history, science, English grammar and a working knowledge of five other languages.
    Franklin had a simple formula for success. He believed that successful people worked just a little harder than other people. Benjamin Franklin certainly did. He built a successful printing and publishing business in Philadelphia; he conducted scientific studies of electricity and made several important discoveries; he was an accomplished diplomat and statesman; he helped establish Pennsylvania's first university and America's first city hospital. He also organized the country's first subscription library.
    Franklin was also unequaled in America as an inventor until Thomas Edison . He invented the Franklin stove, bifocal eyeglasses and the lightning rod. Franklin wasn't greedy about his inventions, preferring to have them used freely for the comfort and convenience of everyone. Thomas Jefferson called Benjamin Franklin "the greatest man and ornament of the age and country in which he lived."

    19. The Autobiography Of Benjamin Franklin
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      Benjamin Franklin was not only one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He was a leading writer, publisher, inventor, diplomat, scientist, and philosopher. He is well-known for his experiments with electricity and lightning, and for publishing "Poor Richard's Almanac" and the Pennsylvania Gazette . He served as Postmaster General under the Continental Congress, and later became a prominent abolitionist. He is credited with inventing the lightning rod, the Franklin Stove, and bifocals. A year after Benjamin Franklin's death, his autobiography, entitled "Memoires De La Vie Privee," was published in Paris in March of 1791. The first English translation, "The Private Life of the Late Benjamin Franklin, LL.D. Originally Written By Himself, And Now Translated From The French," was published in London in 1793.
      Known today as "The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin," this classic piece of Americana was originally written for Franklin's son William, then the Governor of New Jersey. Portrait of Benjamin Franklin The work portrays a fascinating picture of life in Philadelphia, as well as Franklin's shrewd observations on the literature, philosophy and religion of America's Colonial and Revolutionary periods. Franklin wrote the first five chapters of his autobiography in England in 1771, resumed again thirteen years later (1784-85) in Paris and later in 1788 when he returned to the United States. Franklin ends the account of his life in 1757 when he was 51 years old.

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