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Ironing Board Sarah Boone

Ironing was done with irons heated on the stove or.

Ironing board sarah boone. This video is about sarah boone. Born in 1832 in craven county north carolina as sarah marshall boone was 15 years old when she married james boone in 1847. She was one of the first african american women to receive a patent in united states history. Boones legacy was her improved ironing board.

Sarah boones ironing board was designed to improve the ironing of sleeves and the bodies of womens garments. Sarah boone was an african american dressmaker who made her name by inventing the modern day ironing board. The sista who invented the ironing board. Boone was a rarity during her time a female african american inventor.

The sista who invented the ironing board. Boone came up with a better idea. Sarah boone an african american inventor was awarded the patent for her ironing board april 26th 1892. She made it for cleaning sleeves.

The shape and. Enjoyreferencespatent us473653 ironing board. Sarah boones invention sarah boone on april 26 1892 made the ironing board. Sarah boone 1832 1904 sarah boone was an american inventor best known for her patented improvements to the ironing board.

Sarah boone 18321904 was an american inventor who on april 26 1892 obtained united states patent number 4735631 for her improvements to the ironing board. She was an inventor who designed and made improvements to the ironing board. Sarah boone is believed to be the fifth african american woman to be awarded a us. Her board was made of wood curved very narrow and reversible allowing it to fit a sleeve and iron it on both sides.

473653 issued in 1892 and was directed to an improved ironing boardthe. The board was very narrow curved and made of wood. Patent her invention us. She made it to iron sleeves and womens garments.

Sarah boones ironing board patent boones patent was not the first for an ironing board despite what you may see in some listings of inventors and inventionsfolding ironing board patents appeared in the 1860s.