The first lawn mower was invented in 1830 by Edwin Beard Budding. Budding (1795-1846) was an engineer from Stroud, Gloucestershire, England. His reel mower was a set of blades set in a cylinder on two wheels. When you push the lawn mower, the cylinder rotates, and the blades cut the grass. Budding patented his lawn mower on August 31, 1830. Before his invention, a scythe was used (or sheep or other grazing animals were allowed to graze on the grass). The first reel lawn mower patent in the US (January 12, 1868) was granted to Amariah M. Hills, who formed the Archimedean Lawn Mower Co.
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The brand new camera was invented in 1826 by Charles Louise Chevalier and his father Vincent Jacques Louis Chevalier. Charles was an optician and instrument maker, he was the son of the optician Vincent Jacques Louis Chevalier who himself was son of an optician. The father Vincent invented lenses, and in the end they both ended up coming up with the first camera.
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