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Isaac R. Johnson is recognized as the inventor of a patented form for a folding bicycle frame that is recognizable as the common contemporary bicycle. However, few records exist of his life. He is famous for being a black inventor in the United States before the equal rights movements occurred. He patented his invention on Oct. 10, Isaac Johnson: From Slave to Stonecutter, illustrated by Maria Magdalena Brown, was first published in A revised edition was released by AuthorHouse in This book has won two awards: Charlotte Award Finalist. Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies (First Edition) ().
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Isaac Johnson: From Slave to Stonecutter by Hope Irvin Marston (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at . Isaac Johnson's stark and moving memoir about his early years as a slave in Kentucky was privately printed in when he was 57 years old. It is not listed in any of the major bibliographical references and possibly as few as six copies of the original publication are still in existence. In essence, republication of this rare slave narrative.
Lunenburg Wills Book 4, pg Febru , Isaac mentions wife, sons, and granddaughters. The son’s names were John, Joshua, and Michael. Joseph and Isaac Johnson, sons of Michael Johnson, Compiled by Harold Johnson; , April 18 Land Patent in Lunenburg County b page ; Michael Johnson - Isaac Johnson (November 1, – Ma ) was a US politician and the 12th Governor of the state of Louisiana.. Born on his father's plantation "Troy" near St. Francisville in West Feliciana Parish, Johnson was the fourth son of John Hunter Johnson and Thenia Munson. Johnson's grandfather, Isaac Johnson, arrived in the area in the s, and his father had a leading role in the West Lieutenant: Trasimond Landry.
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Isaac Johnson was born in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, in His father, Richard Yeager, was a white farmer and his mother, Jane Johnson, was an enslaved African from Madagascar. His parents lived together as husband and wife and had four children, including : Isaac Johnson.
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Notes [ edit ] ^ A.J. Francis, The Cement Industry a History, David & Charles, ; ISBN External links [ edit ]. Isaac Johnson was born on June 4,in Silver, to Nellie Johnson. He was a twin brother to Rebecca Johnson, who passed away as a newborn, and the younger brother of J.C.
(James Clarence) Johnson. Get this from a library! Isaac Johnson: from slave to stonecutter. [Hope Irvin Marston; Maria Magdalena Brown] -- Isaac Johnson escaped from slavery and joined the Union Army.
Later "he wrote the story of his life as a slave to earn money to send his children to college."--Jacket. Updated: Decem PM. A Minnesota kid is receiving some worldwide attention for the size of his mouth. Fourteen-year-old Isaac Johnson is now a world recorder holder.Sign and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers.
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