Benjamin Franklin was born on 1706. Being the 15th child out of 17 children he had a dream of being a sailor. He was stuck being educated for three years. After that he worked at a soap and candle making shop until he was 15 he was able to go to with his brother in a printing shop. He liked to make humorous poems in the paper. Then he made fun of a church. His brotherís print shop was closed down due to this incident. The print shop was left to Benjamin Franklin to have. After having it for 2 to 3 years he gave up because he did not like the fact that he had to pretend to own the print shop when his brother really made the newspapers. His brother became furious.
Benjamin Franklin took aboard a ship to
Benjamin Franklin was known as the Founding Father for his famous
Pennsylvania Gazette and his Poor Richard Almanac. He took part in the
Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Benjamin Franklin was a member
of a special helping club called the Junto. He was also a Statesman. He also
created The Police Department, The Fire Department, The Post Office, The Mail
Delivery, The Hospital, and the Library. He made the Lightning rod, The Ben
Franklin Stove, and Bifocal Glasses. He went to
Benjamin Franklin went to
Benjamin Franklin taught me many lessons. He showed me how hard work = success when he built all his inventions. If you live up to your potential youíll succeed in life when he made many magazines, books, newspapers, and a glass harmonica he made himself. He also showed that if you donít give up and help youíll live a happy life and a happy death. Like when he helped people for three years even through he was at the verge of dying but then died peacefully. He also never gave up in his life. He always made mistakes over and over again until finally came a worthy success. Last but not least Benjamin Franklin died as a happy and peaceful man at age 84 at 1790.
Giblin, James Cross. The Amazing
Life of Benjamin Franklin.
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