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September 1, 2015 AT 5:00 am

Visit the Homes of America’s Greatest Inventors #makereducation

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From SmithsonianMag.

While it’s possible you might not come up with any world-changing ideas while visiting the homes of America’s greatest inventors, there’s a special feeling to be found looking at the places where they ate, slept, worked—and most importantly—imagined. Lucky for us, many of the homes of the nation’s most prolific scientific and technical geniuses have been preserved for the public. (Not all are located in the United States, however—“American” here refers to citizenship alone, and many inventors traveled). These are places filled with both everyday and technical artifacts that tell the larger stories behind inventions that changed the world.

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  1. Sadly, we have nothing from Tesla…one of the greatest inventors of our time!

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