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Samuel W. Soule
American inventor

Samuel W. Soule

Samuel W. Soule
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Intro American inventor
Was Engineer
From United States of America
Field Engineering
Gender male
Birth 25 January 1830
Death 12 July 1875 (aged 45 years)
Star sign Aquarius
The details (from wikipedia)


Wisconsin Historical Marker

Samuel Willard Soulé (January 25, 1830 – July 12, 1875), along with Christopher Sholes, and Carlos Gliddin, was the inventor of the first practical typewriter at a machine shop located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1869.

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