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Thomas Alva Edison


When he was a child, Edison asked he sold newspapers and candy on a train.
He once tried to hatch some eggs in Menlo Park, New Jersey.
In his whole life he  by sitting on them.
Edison's mother taught him at home.
To make money for his early experiments went to school only three months.
At age sixteen he went Edison had many other inventions.
He said he didn't mind being deaf improving a machine at the gold company.
When hunting for a job in New York he slept in the basement of a gold company.
He was paid $40,000 for 1500 materials before making a light bulb.
Edison built a laboratory  because it helped him concentrate.
Edison and his team tried  a lot of questions.
In addition to the electric light to work for the telegraph office.

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