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Alexander P Ashbourne

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on 27 February 2015

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Transcript of Alexander P Ashbourne

Alexander P. Ashbourne
Who is Alexander.p Aushbourne?
Ashbourne
Alexander P. Ashbourne had a hard time cutting wheat
He had many ideas in his head to make it easier
As slave Alexander didn't have many rights and privileges.
Alexander P. Ashbourne was one of the most respected black citizens in Oakland.For being the inventor of the biscuit cutter
Work cited
http://www.ehow.com/facts_5006272_who-was-inventor-biscuit-cutter.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biscuit_joiner
http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/businessideas/ss/The-Best-Business-Opportunities-2015_3.htm#step-heading.
Alexander was born on November 30,1875
In the city of Oakland, CA
Born in slavery
His parents were slaves
He invented the Biscuit cutter.
What did the inventor value most for the creation?
He valued how popular it became over the past years.
Is his invention still used today?
Yes
although over the past years peolpe have invented new different biscuit cotters.
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