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Ms.Tuel’s 6. th. Grade . Class. . 02-19-15. Alfred was born on September . 4, . 1866.. He was born in . Virginia. . Just . after the American Civil War (1861-1865. ).. Alfred Was Born!. Childhood Memories. ID: 728728Embed code:
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Alfred L. Cralle
Lisette #16Ms.Tuel’s 6th Grade Class 02-19-15Slide2
Alfred was born on September
1866.He was born in
Just after the American Civil War (1861-1865
Alfred Was Born!Slide3
went to local schools and worked with his father in the carpentry trade.
His siblings are unknown
*as a young
he became interested in mechanics.Slide4
Alfred married and had three kids, two were girls and one was a boy.
In 1918 his wife and one daughter died.In 1920 his son died.On May 3
, 1920, Alfred died.
Alfred made the ice cream scoop in different shapes, such as a cone or a mound.
The Ice Cream ScoopSlide6
Alfred became a successful businessman and went on in life.
LIFE AFTER HIS INVENTIONSlide7
The ice cream scoop has been
widely used for over 100 years!Alfred did not become famous for his invention.Alfred had become assistant manager when the African American Financial Accumulating Merchandise And Business Association in Pittsburgh was organized.
I can relate to Alfred L. Cralle because he never gave up, no matter what the people said about his invention. Even though his invention wasn’t
famous, we use ice cream scoops to take ice cream out and put it in a bowl today.RelatingSlide9
Alfred L. Cralle is very interesting to learn
about; he has a lot in his life and he has a lot of facts that we can learn.Alfred relates to my brother. They never gave up; they are determined to get their work done.
Why Worth Learning & ComparingSlide10
I learned that Alfred L. Cralle’s
invention is important to the world! Without the ice cream scoop, you probably would be using your hands or a spoon. So thank Alfred L. Cralle for inventing the ice cream scoop.
What Did I LearnSlide11
http://blackhistorydaily.com/blackhistory/icecreamscoop patented.html http://figah.us/Cralle Alfred.html
http://african-americaninventors.org/inventors.php?id=56http://v103cbslocal.com/2001/02/10blackhistory-monthfastfactsAlfredL Cralle ResourcesSlide12