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benfranklin300.org - View A Benjamin Franklin Timeline

The website benfranklin300.org was created to celebrate the 300th-year anniversary of Benjamin Franklin's birth (1706-2006). It includes a great interactive historical timeline where you can learn about the life of Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers.


Click and drag the orange arrows to explore Franklin's timeline. You can choose to view one of the themes in the historical timeline, or all of them. The following themes are available:

- Franklin's character
- B. Franklin Printer
- Franklin at home
- Doing good
- Franklin's science
- World stage

This interactive timeline can be a great tool for teachers teaching US history.


Written May 15, 2008


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10/28/2009 dieirene
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10/28/2009 dieirene
why are all the past tenses written in this absurd was? ('d)

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