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Joseph Armand Bombardier

The man who invented the snowmobile
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Kyle Boersen

on 5 June 2013

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Joseph-Armand Bombardier -Background-
Bombardier was born on april 16 1907 in Valcourt, Quebec, Canada. He was born with a passion for mechanisms he built mobile toys at 13 his first was a locomotive made out an old watch and he designed his first snow machine at 15. He had one brother who was born with autism Background Joseph Armand Bombardier was born on April 16, 1907 in Valcourt, Quebec. He was the oldest of eight children, his parents Anna Gravel and Alfred Bombardier ran the local general store and they farmed. He married a girl named Marries Yvonne Labrecque together they had six children; three girls and three boys but one died at two years old. Time Line 1907-
April, 16-
Born 1920-
made a small
locomotive
out of an old watch 1922-
Built his
first snow
machine 1926-
opened Bombardier Garage 1929-
married
Yvonne
Labrecque 1934-
death of his
two year old son 1939- the
B12 snow
machine
comes out 1945-
establishes L'Auto-Neige Bombardier Limitee 1948-
C18 snow
machine comes
out for military use 1959- the first
ski-doo
prototype 1935- made a
vehicle with
rubber tracks 1964-
feburary 18-
died of cancer new Significance in Canadian history Joseph Armand is a very significant Canadian because he was the man to invent the snowmobile. If he wasn't born with his amazing imagination and his passion for inventing all those people who the ambulance drove to the hospital with the B12 probably would have died and the doctors in remote places who came to people's houses to heal them would have been worse by the time they would have got there with a car and the doctor would probably need an ambulance because they would have got in an accident. Joseph armand changed the world just from his crazy imagination. 1955- Muskeg R3 tractor comes out for logging and farming because of loss of snow Accomplishments Work Cited http://www.museebombardier.com/en/content/jab/biographie.htm. Musee Bombardier, May 31, 2013 http://franco.ca/edimage/grandspersonnages/en/carte_b04.html. Joseph Armand Bombardier, May 31,2013 https://www.historica-dominion.ca/content/heritage-minutes/joseph-armand-bombardier. Historica Dominian, May 31,2013 - Opened Bombardier Garage at 19 years old
- Married Yvonne Labrecque
- Had six kids
- Made a track and sprocket system for tracks
- Makes first snowmobile th B7
- Starts B12 for military use
- Starts C12 Joseph Armand Bombardier Thank you Thank-You for watching my presentation and please enjoy the other great presentations (aka Marks)
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