Black Inventor -

Charles Brooks

Charles C.B. Brooks

[ad name=”336×280″]Charles Brooks designed the street sweeper and patented it on March 17, 1896. Prior to his invention, streets were cleaned manually by workers picking up trash by hand or sweeping it with brooms. Brooks’ invention was made of a truck with a series of broom-like brushes attached which pushed trashed and debris off onto the side of the road.

The street sweeper initially faced a lot of resentment from workers who felt they could do a better job. Eventually, as cities grew bigger and more and more litter accumulated, the street sweeper became indispensable.



18 replies
  1. adultfriendfindar
    adultfriendfindar says:

    hi!,I really like your writing very a lot! percentage we communicate extra about
    your article on AOL? I require a specialist in this space to solve my problem.
    May be that is you! Looking ahead to peer you.

  2. ??????????
    ?????????? says:

    It’? actually a cool and ?el?ful piece ?f information. I am satisfied
    that you simply sh?red this usefu? info?mation with us.

    Please k?ep us informed like this. ?hanks for sh?ring.

  3. ????x
    ????x says:

    Pretty comp?nent to content. I simply stumbl?d upon your site and in accession capit?l to assert that I get in fact love? account your
    weblog posts. Anyway I will ?e subscribing for your a?gment and
    even I fulfillment you get right of entry t? constantly fast.

  4. xxx
    xxx says:

    I simply could not l?ave your web site before suggesting
    that I extremely enjoyed the standard inf? an individual provi?e to your
    visitors? Is gonna ?e back continuously in o?der to
    insp?ct new posts

  5. porn
    porn says:

    ?his design is incredible! You certainly know how to keep a rea?er amus?d.
    Between your wit and your videos, I was almost
    moved to start my own blog (well, almost…HaHa!) Great job.
    I really enjoyed what you ha? to say, and more t?an t?at, how you presented ?t.
    Too cool!


Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *