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The Black Man Who Designed Washington DC.    In the Stevie Wonder song “Black Man,” the Motown marvel sings of Benjamin Banneker: “first clock to be made in America was created by a black man.”  More info @: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=531681360209104=a.153584401352137.27982.145708032139774=1

The Black Man Who Designed Washington DC. In the Stevie Wonder song “Black Man,” the Motown marvel sings of Benjamin Banneker: “first clock to be made in America was created by a black man.” More info @: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=531681360209104=a.153584401352137.27982.145708032139774=1

Benjamin Banneker 1731-1806 Benjamin Banneker was a brilliant astronomer and mathematician. He filled his lifetime with le...

Benjamin Banneker 1731-1806 Benjamin Banneker was a brilliant astronomer and mathematician. He filled his lifetime with le...

In the Stevie Wonder song “Black Man,” the Motown marvel sings of Benjamin Banneker: “first clock to be made in America was created by a black man.” Though the song is a fitting salute to a great inventor (and African Americans in general), it only touches on the genius of Benjamin Banneker and the many hats he wore.

In the Stevie Wonder song “Black Man,” the Motown marvel sings of Benjamin Banneker: “first clock to be made in America was created by a black man.” Though the song is a fitting salute to a great inventor (and African Americans in general), it only touches on the genius of Benjamin Banneker and the many hats he wore.

What Are You Figuring Now?: A Story about Benjamin Banneker (Creative Minds Biography)

What Are You Figuring Now?: A Story about Benjamin Banneker (Creative Minds Biography)

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Benjamin Banneker, former slave and early American (non-degreed) mathemetician/scientist. "published a treatise on bees, did a mathematical study on the cycle of the seventeen-year locust, and became a pamphleteer for the anti-slavery movement.

Benjamin Banneker, former slave and early American (non-degreed) mathemetician/scientist. "published a treatise on bees, did a mathematical study on the cycle of the seventeen-year locust, and became a pamphleteer for the anti-slavery movement.

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