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Did Henry Sampson have children?
Family. Henry Samson married Anne Plummer on February 6, 1635/6 in Plymouth and between about 1638 and about 1654 he and his wife had nine children.
What black man invented the phone?
Lewis Latimer. Latimer made the lightbulb more practical and contributed to the invention of the first telephone. Background: Latimer was born in Chelsea, Mass. His parents were slaves who had escaped from Virginia.
When did Henry Sampson get married?
June 2007 (Laura Howzell Young-Sampson)Henry Sampson / Wedding date
When was the gamma-electric cell invented?
July 6, 1971
On July 6, 1971, Sampson was awarded a patent with George H. Miley for the invention of the gamma-electric cell, a direct-conversion energy device that converts the energy generated from the radiation of high-energy gamma rays into electricity.
Did Henry Sampson invent the cell phone?
Born in Jackson, Mississippi in 1934, Henry Thomas Sampson, Jr. was a prolific inventor and pioneer in the field of nuclear engineering. Sampson was also a pioneer in the technology that is used in modern cell phones, but contrary to a widely held belief, he didn’t invent the cell phone.
What are three facts about Henry Sampson?
Sampson was a prolific inventor who holds several U.S. patents. In 1971, he co-invented the Gamma-Electric cell with George H. Miley. The Gamma-Electric cell converts high radiation energy (gamma rays) to electricity.
Who invented digital cell phone?
Jesse Eugene Russell
|Jesse Eugene Russell|
|Education||B.S.E.E., Tennessee State University; M.S.E.E., Stanford University|
|Known for||Electrical Engineering; Digital Cellular Technology|
What did a black man invent?
The street letter drop mailbox with a hinged door that closed to protect the mail was invented by Philip B. Downing. Downing, an African-American inventor, patented his new device on October 27,1891 (US Patent # 462,096). The gas mask was invented by Garrett Morgan, an African-American inventor.
Who invented the smart phone?
Eric TigerstedtW. Rae YoungDonald Cox
The tech company IBM is widely credited with developing the world’s first smartphone – the bulky but rather cutely named Simon. It went on sale in 1994 and featured a touchscreen, email capability and a handful of built-in apps, including a calculator and a sketch pad.