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I was made to be covered with sister's safety hood💦 by frebull🐾
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#それは座布団じゃないよ#フレブルもネコも順番に
①This red cushion is good👍but it is a little small for my size😅 by frebull🐾②my just size🎶 by the cat🐾③no❕no❕this is safety hood to use at school of my daughter 💨 by mom😄 #safetyhood #frenchbulldog #americanbulldogcute#bullterrierlike #cat

My beautiful daughter, somehow, put on a safety hood and started to write greeting cards. #beautifuldaughter #lovelydaughter #safetyhood #greetingcard

Garrett Augustus Morgan (1877-1963) de Cleveland, Ohio logró tener un negocio exitoso en una época en la que los afroamericanos nacían con desventajas sólo por una diferencia de color de piel. Su dedicación y inteligencia permitió crear el primer casco de bomberos aprueba de fuego. El legado de los afroamericanos se encuentra en el Museo Nacional afroamericano en Washington DC #africanamerican #smithsonianinstitution #nationalafricanamericanmuseum #legacy #firefighter #safetyhood #bomberos #garrettaugustusmorgan #washingtondc #walkingtourdc #heritage #mydccool #fotodc #creation #inventions #creacion #inventos #negro #history #negrohistory #africanamericanhistorymuseum #africanamericanhistory

DDH: Daily Dose of History. •••
"Morgan created and patented his most famous and widely used invention, the traffic signal, in 1923. Although he acquired patents in the U.S. Britain, and Canada, he eventually sold the rights to General Electric for $40,000.00.”
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DDH: Daily Dose of History. •••
"Morgan experimented with ways to eradicate a common problem among sewing machines: the needle of the machine would cause friction that would then burn the fabric. He set out to create a solution that would prevent burning. His solution, however, made the fibers straight. After testing the solution on a dog and then himself, he began selling his hair refiner.”
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DDH: Daily Dose of History proudly presents the history of Garrett Morgan. •••
"Garrett Morgan was born on March 4, 1877, in Paris, Kentucky. He was the seventh of eleven children born to mother Elizabeth Reed and father Sydney Morgan. Morgan's mother was of African and Indian descent and his father was a former slave and the son of John Hunt Morgan, a confederate colonel. Being of mixed race greatly contributed to his success later in life.”
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Garrett Augustus Morgan, Sr. (March 4, 1877 – July 27, 1963) was an inventor and community leader. He was the subject of a newspaper feature in Cleveland, Ohio, for a heroic rescue in 1916 of workers trapped within a water intake tunnel, 50 ft (15 m) beneath Lake Erie. He performed his rescue using a hood fashioned to protect his eyes from smoke and featuring a series of air tubes that hung near the ground to draw clean air beneath the rising smoke. This enabled Morgan to lengthen his ability to endure the inhospitable conditions of a smoke-filled room. Other inventions of Morgan's include the development of a chemical for hair-straightening. Morgan is also credited as the first African American in Cleveland to own an automobile.

The first American-made automobiles were introduced to consumers just before the turn of the twentieth century, and pedestrians, bicycles, animal-drawn wagons and motor vehicles all had to share the same roads. To deal with the growing problem of traffic accidents, a number of versions of traffic signaling devices began to be developed, starting around 1913.

Morgan had witnessed a serious accident at an intersection, and he filed a patent for traffic control device having a third "warning" position in 1922. The patent was granted in 1923, though this was not the first system with a warning, a three light system being invented in 1920 by William Potts, and previous systems having audible warnings.

Morgan sold the rights to General Electric for $40,000.

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Here is some #BlackHistory as well as #AmericanHistory for you today!
Garrett Morgan (1877 - 1963) inventor who created the “safety hood” to help firefighters navigate smokey buildings in 1914. He later modified his invention to be able to carry its own air supply, making it the world’s first effective gas mask. He is also responsible for early modifications to the traffic light in 1923, which he invented after seeing so many automobiles accidents and included a warning light to alert drivers when they needed to stop.
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Garrett Morgan & Sarah Boone 👨🏾‍🏭👩🏾‍🏭 #inventors #blackhistorymonth #february #ironingboard #safetyhood

Stressful few days trying to get my new hood into my lab! Including assembling the stand and having to hire movers to get it from uni mailroom to my building. 🙄 but it's here now, and I'm very excited!!

My #bsl2 hood is set up and ready to go! Just need to get it certified, then I'll be legit.

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Born on this date: Garrett Augustus Morgan, Sr. (March 4, 1877 – July 27, 1963) was an American inventor and community leader.
Morgan experimented with a liquid that gave sewing machine needles a high polish that prevented the needle from scorching fabric as it sewed. In 1905, Morgan accidentally discovered that the liquid could also straighten hair. He made the liquid into a cream and launched the G. A. Morgan Hair Refining Company to market it. He also made a black hair oil dye and invented a curved-tooth comb for hair straightening in 1910.

Garrett Morgan invented a safety hood smoke protection device after seeing firefighters struggling from the smoke they encountered in the line of duty.
Morgan had witnessed a serious accident at an intersection, and he filed a patent for traffic control device in 1922. This led to his invention of three position traffic signal.
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Garrett Morgan African American of many inventions. In 1923 After witnessing a bad accident between a horse carriage and car he put together a patent of the first 3position traffic light🚦hes really known for inventing the saftey hood in 1913 known as the #GasMask he used it to save 32 people out of a burning building. In 1905 Garret also mistakenly discovered that the liquid he invented for sewing machines could be used to straighten hair and made it into a cream #GAMorgan #BlackPeopleMatter #BlackHistory #Entrepreneur #BusinessMan #TrafficLight #HairStraightener #Hair #GarrettMorgan #BigChiefMason #BlackMen #BlackMinds #History #SafetyHood #BlackInventors #AfricanAmerican #First #SewingMachine #HairCareProducts #HairCare

#GarrettMorgan invented a #safetyhood #smokeprotectiondevice after seeing #firefighters struggling from the smoke they encountered in the line of duty. His device used a wet sponge to filter out #smoke and cool the air. It also took advantage of the way smoke and fumes tend to rise to higher positions while leaving a layer of more #breathable air below, by using an air intake tube that dangled near the floor. He filed for a #patent on the device in 1912, and founded a company called the #NationalSafetyDeviceCompany in 1914 to market it. Morgan had witnessed a serious
accident at an intersection, and he filed a patent for traffic control device in 1922.

In 1923, the U.S. #PatentOffice granted Patent No. 1,475,074 to Garrett Morgan for his three-position #trafficsignal. Though Morgan's was not the first traffic signal (that one had been installed in #London in 1868), it was an important innovation nonetheless: By having a third position besides just "Stop" and "Go," it regulated crossing vehicles more safely than earlier signals had. #history #blackpeople #inventions

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