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Inventors Sarah Goode
Sarah Goode was the first African American women to receive a U.S. patent. Patent #322,177 was issued on July 14, 1885 for a cabinet bed. Sarah Goode was the owner of a Chicago furniture store. Below you can view the patent issued to Sarah Goode.

Folding Cabinet Bed
Sarah Goode was the first African American woman inventor to receive a patent! Sp Sarah E Goode

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