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From Immigrant to Inventor

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Michael Pupin's was a genuinely American story, the lifelong journey of a boy from rural Serbia, from a town so tiny it appeared on no maps, who became one of the greatest scientists of the early 20th century, changing the lives of people the world over with his technological innovations-he invented the therapeutic X-ray and made telephone communications practical and inex...more
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Published by Beaufort Books (first published March 28th 2003)
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He invented the Pupin Coil.

It allowed everyone to talk long distance.

I read this one in high school.
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