Robert Fulton Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Robert Fulton Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Marine Engineer Robert Fulton including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Robert Fulton
Real Name Robert Fulton
Profession Marine Engineers
Nationality American
Personal Life of Robert Fulton
Born on 14 November 1765
Birthday 14th November
Died At Age 49
Sun Sign Scorpio
Born in Little Britain, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Died on 24 February 1815
Place of death New York City
Family Background of Robert Fulton
Father Robert Fulton
Mother Mary Smith
Siblings Isabella, Elizabeth, Mary, Abraham
Spouse/Partner Harriet Livingston
Children Robert, Julia, Mary Cornelia
Education Quaker elementary school
Personal Fact of Robert Fulton

Robert Fulton was an inventor and engineer who constructed the first commercially successful steamboat. It was Fulton who built Nautilus, the first submarine after receiving order from Napoleon Bonaparte. Naval torpedoes were his other noteworthy inventions. He started his career as an apprentice whose works included creating miniature portraits to design lockets and rings.

During his visit to Europe, he learnt various techniques of mechanical devices and remained busy in experimenting with those devices. At that time, he developed a special interest towards inland water transportation. His interest resulted in the development of a double inclined plane system. For this specific invention, he received a British patent. Gradually, he developed a plan for cast iron aqueducts and a digging machine.

The credit for inventing the first panorama which was shown in Paris goes to him. In later period of his life, he constructed a vessel of 38 tons, named Fulton, on behalf of the United States Government. It was the first steam warship which consisted of central paddle wheels. His other remarkable inventions include various machines for spinning flax, for making ropes, for sawing and polishing stones like marble. Along with Robert Livingstone, he developed North River Steamboat, which was the first commercial steamboat.


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