1 edition of Benjamin Banneker found in the catalog.
|Statement||Childs World, Incorporated, The|
|Publishers||Childs World, Incorporated, The|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 115 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Over the years, he played host Benjamin Banneker distinguished scientists and artists. SW Washington, DC The Banneker Family is invited to the Georgetown Street Law 49th Annual Mock Trial Tournament Finals. 1753 Banneker constructs a striking clock. A free Black man who owned a farm near Benjamin Banneker, Benjamin Banneker was largely self-educated in astronomy and mathematics.
These questions also remain open-ended. In 1791, he appointed Major Andrew Ellicott to survey the new Federal City. The son of former slaves, Benjamin worked on the family tobacco farm and received some early education from a Quaker school. Due to declining sales, his last almanac was published in 1797. The United US Postal Service also credited Banneker for this remarkable development.
1775 Banneker inherits the family farm.
"Biography of African American Astronomer Benjamin Banneker.
On Tuesday, October 11, at the family burial ground a few yards from this house, Benjamin Banneker was laid to rest.