A Famous African American
Anjalie nemella Gopal
Sarah Boone was an African American inventor who was Awarded a patient for the iron board. Prior to that time , most people ironed using a board of wood rested across a pair of chair or tables. she was living in new Haven, Connecticut, when her patent was granted in 1892. Sarah Boone was born in deep south in summit, pike country, Mississippi in the 1860's or 1870's and died in 1900's. she wrote that the purpose of her invention was to produce a simple and cheap convenient.