Benjamin Franklin Statesman of the 1700s

Benjamin Franklin and his printing shop

Benjamin Franklin started a printing business which allowed him to become very wealthy. He also had wrote his own epitaph long before he died. That Epitaph was known as "The Body of BENJAMIN FRANKLIN".

Benjamin Franklin and the Lightning Rod

Benjamin Franklin spent a whole summer of 1747 conducting experiments for his lightning rod. His idea of the lightning rod started when he wanted to protect people, buildings, and other structures from lightning. His invention was important and it still is to this very day.

Benjamin Franklin testifies against the Stamp Act

The Stamp Act required all printed properties in America to have a stamp on it, which Benjamin Franklin testified against. The stamp was later on repealed in 1776.

Benjamin Franklin is still today one of the most famous person to this day for what he did for our world.



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