The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Delmarva Publications, Inc., 1915 - 264 pages
Benjamin Franklin can be described as an inventor, Scientist, printer, writer, Father, muscian, politician, patriot, and one of the United States founding fathers.
He was born in a modest family of not very high standing,and he didn't have much shcooling. He rose to being one of the greatest men of the United Stares history .
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