What year were drums invented?

Answer Drums were invented around 3000 BC. They were made out of wood and were originally used for ceremonies by Indians. It wasn't until near 1930 that the more familiar drum kits you see nowadays were f... Read More »

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What year were snare drums invented?

The modern snare drum can be traced back to the 13th century European drum known as the "tabor." The drum became popular with fife players and the military in the 14th century, especially due to th... Read More »

When were drums first invented?

Humans have been using drums throughout recorded history, and perhaps even before that. Evidence of drumming can be found as far back as 6000 BC. In primitive times, logs were hollowed out and used... Read More »

What year were TVs invented?

On January 7, 1927, Philo T. Farnsworth applied for his first patent for the television. Farnsworth conceived of the idea for the television when he was only 14. He worked on his invention on his d... Read More »

What year were car seats invented?

Jeans Ames of England was credited with the introduction of the first child safety seat, invented in 1962. While there were other car seats for children invented as early as 1921, they were not cre... Read More »