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Henry Alonzo House

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  1. was an American inventor who developed machinery and processes that have had a lasting impact on several industries

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  2. April 23 1840 - December 18 1930

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  3. was born in Brooklyn, New York, the youngest son of Ezekiel House, an architect and builder, and Susannah King

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  4. Ezekiel House left Oswego in the spring of 1854 as he had taken a contract to build a county court house in the suburbs of Rockford, Illinois

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  5. (1840-1930), American engineer -- manufacturing

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