Who invented the windmill?

Answer The origins of the windmill date back to about 500-900 A.D. in Persia. They were used to automate the tasks of grain-grinding and water-pumping. Some also claim the windmill has origins in China.So... Read More »

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Who invented the steel windmill?

The first large steel windmills were produced some 30 years after wooden windmills were introduced to the American west in 1854. The very first all-steel windmill and tower was produced by the U.S... Read More »

What year was the windmill invented?

According to the Britannica Online Encyclopedia, sources indicate that windmills first appeared in Persia around the year 644 AD. However, they were not commonly used in European countries until t... Read More »

Who invented the power windmill?

The first windmills harnessed power for water pumping and grain milling over one thousand years ago. In 1888, Charles F. Brush of Cleveland, Ohio, created the first windmill intended to generate el... Read More »

Who invented the guitar windmill?

Keith Richards is the guitarist for the Rolling Stones, the English rock band. He invented the guitar windmill. Pete Townshend, the guitarist for the Who, popularized the guitar windmill; he saw Ke... Read More »