Joseph-Armand Bombardier

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Joseph-Armand Bombardier | The Canadian Encyclopedia

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Joseph-Armand Bombardier - Wikipedia

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Biography | Museum of Ingenuity J. Armand Bombardier

Joseph-Armand takes great pleasure in dismantling and reassembling Alfred Bombardier's car motor, so to keep him away from it, Alfred gives his son an old Model T Ford motor considered "irreparable."
From: http://www.museebombardier.com/en/biography

Joseph-Armand Bombardier | Museum of Ingenuity J. Armand ...

Joseph-Armand Bombardier Ingenuity is in our DNA. Joseph-Armand Bombardier’s ingenuity and personal achievements were born from a true collective force that, over the years, led to the creation of the Bombardier and BRP companies, which have now become icons of the transportation industry around the world
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Joseph-Armand Bombardier (1907-1964) and the Ski-Doo ...

One of the greatest inventors and industrialists of the Eastern Townships, Joseph-Armand Bombardier, was born in Valcourt in 1907 to Anna Gravel and Alfred Bombardier, a farmer turned general merchant.
From: http://townshipsheritage.com/article/joseph-armand-bombardier-1907-1964...

Joseph-Armand Bombardier, The Father of Snowmobiling

The Father of Snowmobiling by Murray Lundberg Originally posted on January 2, 2001. Joseph-Armand Bombardier is only one of hundreds of inventors who have …
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Joseph-Armand Bombardier | Historica Canada Education Portal

This lesson is based on viewing the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Heritage Minute, which focuses on the early years of this inventor who designed and build the first snowmobiles and Ski-doos.
From: http://education.historicacanada.ca/en/tools/82

Joseph-Armand Bombardier - Édimage

Joseph-Armand Bombardier was the eldest of eight children. His parents, Anna Gravel and Alfred Bombardier, farmed and also ran the general store.
From: http://edimage.ca/edimage/grandspersonnages/en/carte_b04.html

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