The Hand of History-The Mind of the Inventor Session 3: Automobiles and Aviation – United States Patent and Trademark Office

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Join us for a month-long journey into the history of innovation by registering for the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) webinar series, The Hand of History—The Mind of the Inventor. The series will focus on 20th century inventions, led by a group of historians with great stories to tell about specific inventors, their patents, and the crucial role of invention in economic progress from the 1900s to the 1950s. 
The third session in this series welcomes historian and author Jill D. Snider, who will take you around the track and in the air as she reveals the mind of aviator, inventor, and entrepreneur, Lucean Arthur Headen. The session will be moderated by USPTO Historian Adam Bisno.
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