What 15 Groundbreaking Inventions Looked Like When They First Came Out

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The first vacuum cleaner was patented by inventor Hubert Cecil Booth in 1901.

The first vacuum cleaner didn’t suck the dirt up – it just blew it away with compressed air. Upright vacuum cleaners with bags on a stick followed in 1907, the brainchild of William Henry Hoover.

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  1. Carrie Thompson says

    S was really neat to see, thank you! I think kids should see it, and hopefully will be amazed at it all, and not bored.

  2. Carrie Thompson says

    Is there a way to shar this, please! I think it is very interesting . Thanks!

  3. Carrie Thompson says

    Oh, yay! I got it! It worked when I copied the search bar link. Thank you!

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