The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin was born in 1706, in Boston, Massachusetts. Benjamin Franklin was a great man and left a great impact on America and its history. He has attributed many of his great ideas to our society. Franklin had many publications and other writings that have become a part of our history but is known for his other, larger, influences left on our country. In the 1740s, Franklin worked on several projects, including the fire brigade, the police force, the University of Pennsylvania, the street sweeping service and some other smaller public works projects. He retired from the printing business in 1748 and began to conduct scientific experiments in lightning. In 1753, he was awarded honorary degrees from Harvard and Yale, and he became Postmaster General of America.
Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He is often thought of as the revolutionary figure who led protests against the Stamp Act, helped draft the Declaration of Independence, coordinated the peace treaty ending the American Revolution, and co-wrote and signed the U.S. Constitution. While seeing Franklin on the $100 bill you would think of him as being a
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