What are some other inventions that black people have done!?

Okay I'm doing a final exam project and the teacher said only use black people. So I already have some like

Portable Air Conditioning Unit designed to air-cool unit for trucks carrying perishable food, Frederick M. Jones July 12, 1949

Almanac Benjamin Banneker Approx. 1791

Auto Cut-Off Switch Granville T. Woods January 1, 1839

Auto Fishing Devise G. Cook May 30, 1899

Automatic Gear Shift Richard Spikes February 28, 1932

Baby Buggy W. H. Richardson June 18, 1899

Bicycle Frame L.R. Johnson October 10, 1899

Biscuit Cutter A.P. Ashbourne November 30, 1875

Blood Plasma Bag Charles Drew Approx. 1945

Cellular Phone Henry T. Sampson July 6, 1971

Chamber Commode T. Elkins January 3, 1897

Clothes Dryer G.T. Sampson June 6, 1862

Curtain Rod S.R. Scratton November 30, 1889

Curtain Rod Support William S. Grant August 4, 1896

Door Stop O. Dorsey December 10, 1878

Dust Pan Lawrence P. Ray August 3, 1897

Egg Beater Willie Johnson February 5, 1884

Electric Lampbulb Lewis Latimer March 21, 1882

Elevator Alexander Miles October 11, 1867

Eye Protector P. Johnson November 2, 1880

Fire Escape Ladder J.W. Winters May 7, 1878

Folding Bed L.C. Bailey July 18, 1899

Folding Chair Brody & Surgwar June 11, 1889

Fountain Pen W.B. Purvis January 7, 1890

Furniture Caster O.A. Fisher 1878

Gas Mask Garrett Morgan October 13, 1914

Golf Tee T. Grant December 12, 1899

Guitar Robert F. Flemming, Jr. March 3, 1886

Hair Brush Lydia O. Newman November 15, 18--

Hand Stamp Walter B. Purvis February 27, 1883

Horse Shoe J. Ricks March 30, 1885

Ice Cream Scooper A.L. Cralle February 2, 1897

Improv. Sugar Making Norbet Rillieux December 10, 1846

Insect-Destroyer Gun A.C. Richard February 28, 1899

Ironing Board Sarah Boone December 30, 1887

Key Chain F.J. Loudin January 9, 1894

Lantern Michael c. Harvey August 19, 1884

Lawn Mower L.A. Burr May 19, 1889

Lemon Squeezer J. Thomas White December 8, 1893

Lock W.A. Martin July 23, 18--

Lubricating Cup Ellijah McCoy November 15, 1895

Lunch Pail James Robinson 1887

Mail Box Paul L. Downing October 27, 1891

Mop Thomas W. Stewart June 11, 1893

Motor Federick M. Jones June 27, 1939

Peanut Butter George Washington Carver 1896

Pencil Sharpener J.L. Love November 23, 1897

Record Player Arm Joseph Hunger Dickenson January 8, 1819

Refrigerator J. Standard June 14, 1891

Riding Saddles W.D., Davis Ocotber 6, 1895

Rolling Pin John W. Reed 1864

Shampoo Headrest C.O. Bailiff October 11, 1898

Spark Plug Edmond Berger February 2, 1839

Stethoscope Imhotep Ancient Egypt

Stove T.A. Carrington July 25, 1876

Straightening Comb Madam C.J. Walker Approx. 1905

Street Sweeper Charles B. Brooks March 17, 1890

Phone Transmitter Granville T. Woods December 2, 1884

Thermostat Control Frederick M. Jones February 23, 1960

Traffic Light Garrett Morgan November 20, 1923

Tricycle M.A. Cherry May 6, 1886

Typewriter Burridge & Marshman April 7, 1885

Are these okay to use? Does anyone have a website link? Thank you.

3 Answers

  • ₮y
    Lv 7
    7 years ago
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    You have over 50 inventions by black people already listed there, more than enough for a school project. Coincidentally I will use YOUR list for MY next project. Thnx!

  • Lady
    Lv 4
    7 years ago

    Just Google and research each of these figures and see what interest you most. Any of them are okay to use as long as they're 'black inventors". When something interests you, the better you would most likely wanna do the work and the better the grade. Like for say, you like peanut butter and would love to know how it was made, the importance of it that George Washington Carver or if you're into driving stuff, look up Garret Morgan who created the traffic light and how he helped change history of driving so people wouldn't get into accidents,etc.made it for people like you and you're done. Just like when I had a project like this on black/African-American important figures,

    I'm all about and have a big interest of black hair/black hair styling/beauty product for the everyday black woman so I chose to do Madam C.J. Walker. You don't wanna do something that's gonna bore you and make you feel like not doing it at all which may even bore the class as well. Try going to the library or look up videos as well if you want.

    Good luck on your presentation.

  • 7 years ago

    Early aircraft designers

    became aware of the

    wing-section PROFILE of the

    Australian aborigines' boomerang.

    The weapon, when hurled travels

    around in an arc, thrashing anything

    in its path, and/or returns [to] the

    user at flight's conclusion.

    The secret, of course is the curved top,

    with fat leading-edge over a flat "wing"

    bottom: the aircraft wing-section, exactly:

    50-60,000 years ago...

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