Jacob Perkins

Jacob Perkins (9 July 1766 – 30 July 1849) was an American inventor, mechanical engineer and physicist. Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts, Perkins was apprenticed to a goldsmith. He soon made himself known with a variety of useful mechanical inventions and eventually had twenty-one American and nineteen English patents. He is known as the father of the refrigerator. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1813.

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Name(s):
      Jacob Perkins
Occupation:
      Inventor, Mechanical Engineer and Physicist
Birth:
      July 9, 1766, Newburyport, MA
Death:
      July 30, 1849, London, United Kingdom


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