John Dalton: the father of modern chemistry.
John Dalton was born in England in 1766. He was the son of a weaver and attended a Quaker school. He was intelligent at a very early age; he even began teaching at the Quaker school at the age of 12. Unfortunately, the wages were so small that Dalton had to become a farmer for the rest of his childhood. In 1781, Dalton joined his older brother and again became a teacher in Kendal, England. Within a few years he and his brother were running the school. During his 12 years in Kendal, Dalton met and befriended blind philosopher John Grough. With the help and influence of Grough, Dalton was a…
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