montgolfier montgolfier

Definition(s):

  1. (n) French inventor who (with his brother Josef Michel Montgolfier) pioneered hot-air ballooning (1745-1799)
  2. (n) French inventor who (with his brother Jacques Etienne Montgolfier) pioneered hot-air ballooning (1740-1810)

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  • Gilligans Gourmet

    Happenings in history during the summer months: Radio was patented in 1896 First U.S. Spacewalk by Ed White in 1965 The shopping cart was created by Sylvan N. Goldman of Humpty Dumpty Stores and Standard Food Markets in Oklahoma City and introduced on June 4, 1937 First Hot Air Balloon flight by the Montgolfier brothers in 1783 First Drive-in Movie Theater opens in New Jersey in 1933 First day ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Irish Central

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