When was the Vacuum Cleaner invented?

In the year 1860, the first vacuum cleaner was invented by Daniel Hess of West Union, Iowa in the United States. Instead of vacuum cleaner he called it a carpet sweeper. In 1868, Ives W. McGaffey in Chicago in the United States invented the first manually-powered cleaner known as “Whirlwind” by using the principles of vacuum. John S. Thurman of St. Louis, Missouri, USA created the first motorized version of the vacuum cleaner in 1898.

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