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  • LIGHT BULB!!! By.DEVIN.H
  • When was it invented ? the light bulb was invented in 1878 !
  • Were was the light bulb invented ? it was invented in michigan ! Were was Thomas Edison born Thomas Edison was born in milan ohio.
  • Then now It looked way different than it does now! What did it look like ?
  • Why was it invented ? Because oil lamps caused fires!
  • What colors did it come in ? Yellow,white & clear!
  • Who invented the light bulb ?
  • Did he have help ? Yes, he had help from davy swan !
  • How much did it cost ? It did not have a practical price because it would cost way to much !
  • Thomas Edison married Mary Stilwell in 1871 and they had 3 children they where Marion, Thomas Jr. and William. In 1884 Mary Edison got sick and died at the age 29. Family
  • Thomas Edison was born feb,11,1847. Thomas Edison died in oct,18, 1931. Important dates !
  • Is the light bulb still used today ? YES !!! Thomas Edison did not fail he just found 10,000 ways the light bulb did not work !!!
  • Works Cited Gomez, Rebecca. Thomas Edison. Edina, MN: Abdo Pub., 2003. Print. Linder, Greg. Thomas Edison: a Photo-illustrated Biography. Mankato, MN: Bridgestone, 1999. Print. Nobleman, Marc Tyler. The Light Bulb. Mankato Minn.: Capstone, 2004. Print. Schaefer, Lola M. Thomas Edison. Mankato, MN: Pebble, 2003. Print.