Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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Nicholas Isaac Roosevelt (December 27, 1767, New York City – July 30, 1854, Skaneateles, New York) was an American inventor, a major investor in Upstate New York land, and a member of the Roosevelt family. His primary invention was to introduce vertical paddle wheels for steamboats.
Nicholas Isaac Roosevelt (December 27, 1767, New York City – July 30, 1854, Skaneateles, New York) was an American inventor, a major investor in Upstate New York land, and a member of the Roosevelt family. His primary invention was to introduce vertical paddle wheels for steamboats.


1808 Married Lydia, the daughter of [[Benjamin Latrobe]]<ref>[http://www.innovationgateway.org/content/introducing%E2%80%A6clean-water-1?page=show] 'Introducing…clean Water' Invention & Technology Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 3</ref>
1808 Married Lydia, the daughter of [[Benjamin Latrobe]]<ref>[http://www.innovationgateway.org/content/introducing%E2%80%A6clean-water-1?page=show] 'Introducing…clean Water' by Darwin H. Stapleton, Invention & Technology Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 3</ref>





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Nicholas Isaac Roosevelt (December 27, 1767, New York City – July 30, 1854, Skaneateles, New York) was an American inventor, a major investor in Upstate New York land, and a member of the Roosevelt family. His primary invention was to introduce vertical paddle wheels for steamboats.

1808 Married Lydia, the daughter of Benjamin Latrobe[1]


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  1. [1] 'Introducing…clean Water' by Darwin H. Stapleton, Invention & Technology Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 3