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Electric cooker
1892
 Canadian
inventorThomas
Ahearn filed
patent number
no. 39916 in 1892
for an "Electric
Oven„.
1897
 In 1897,William
Hadaway was
granted US patent
# 574537 for an
"Automatically
Controlled Electric
Oven„.
1905
 In November 1905,
David Curle Smith,
Western Australia,
applied for a patent
for a device that
adopted what later
b...
1960s
Today
 Today: Stainless steel double-
layer cooker.There are dozens
of options for cooking available
today compared to ye...
Fortunately, you
do not have to
cook dinner over
an open fire
tonight!
 Source:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_stove
Created for the eTwinning poject:
On the Track of Our Recent Past
by: Paula Horvat, 6th grade
teacher: Iva Naranđa
II. OŠ ...
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Electric cooker - by Paula

  1. 1. Electric cooker
  2. 2. 1892  Canadian inventorThomas Ahearn filed patent number no. 39916 in 1892 for an "Electric Oven„.
  3. 3. 1897  In 1897,William Hadaway was granted US patent # 574537 for an "Automatically Controlled Electric Oven„.
  4. 4. 1905  In November 1905, David Curle Smith, Western Australia, applied for a patent for a device that adopted what later became the configuration for most electric stoves: an oven surmounted by a hotplate with a grill tray between them.
  5. 5. 1960s
  6. 6. Today  Today: Stainless steel double- layer cooker.There are dozens of options for cooking available today compared to yesterday's years.
  7. 7. Fortunately, you do not have to cook dinner over an open fire tonight!
  8. 8.  Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_stove
  9. 9. Created for the eTwinning poject: On the Track of Our Recent Past by: Paula Horvat, 6th grade teacher: Iva Naranđa II. OŠ Čakovec, Croatia May, 2016

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