James LeVoy Sorenson

James LeVoy Sorenson

James LeVoy Sorenson Mr. Sorenson, whose wealth was estimated to be $4.5 billion by Forbes magazine, when he was  86 years old. He was listed as the 68th-richest American in September 2007. He was an entrepreneur, real estate magnate and inventor of numerous medical...
Robert B. Ingebretsen

Robert B. Ingebretsen

  Robert B. Ingebretsen In 1999, he received an Academy Award for his pioneering work in digital sound.  Ingebretsen and his mentor, Thomas Stockham, invented technology that translated analog sound into a digital format — a discovery that eventually led to the...
Philo T. Farnsworth

Philo T. Farnsworth

Philo T. Farnsworth (1906-1971) Inventor of Television “I know that I have never invented anything. I have been a medium by which these things were given to the culture as fast as culture could earn them. I give the credit to God.” He developed and invented electronic...
Don Carlos Edwards

Don Carlos Edwards

Don Carlos Edwards He mixed ketchup with mayonnaise, pickle juice and a special blend of spices to create the popular regional treat known as fry sauce. He produced it himself, bottled it by the gallon and sold it on the street and to all of his Arctic Circle...
Almon H. Clegg

Almon H. Clegg

Almon H. Clegg He is a pioneer in the revolution of digital audio, was instrumental in development of digital recording and the digital audio disc which led to the compact disc revolution. He is a fellow member of the Audio Engineering Society; a life member of the...
William Clayton

William Clayton

William Clayton (1814-1879) He invented the odometer during the journey across the plains in his covered wagon. History of the...
John Moses Browning

John Moses Browning

John Moses Browning Gunsmith Firearms Designer (1855-1926) The most famous firearms designer the world has ever known with the greatest firearms inventory in history. With 128 firearm patents, John M. Browning’s inventions have marked every armed conflict from World...
Jonathan Browning

Jonathan Browning

Jonathan Browning (1805-1879) He was a judge in Quince, Illinois when the Mormons were being driven from Missouri. He was curious about the new comers and set off to meet their prophet. When news reached his home that he had joined the Mormons, he and his family were...

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