Patent Art based upon Davenport's invention of the first ELECTRIC MOTOR in 1837.
You probably associate Edison or Tesla with most inventions concerning electricity, but way before them was Thomas Davenport, a true visionary.
At the heart of the industrial revolution is the ability to take electric power and convert it to mechanical energy. Developed based on the discoveries of Faraday in 1821 and Sturgeon in 1832, Thomas Davenport patented the first commercial electric motor. Unfortunately, because there was no practical electric distribution system in place, Davenport's invention did not sell and he went bankrupt.
Truly, an idea before its time.
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