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John Harrison (1693-1776), clockmaker
The longitude problem was eventually solved by a working class joiner from Lincolnshire with little formal education. John Harrison took on the scientific and academic establishment of his time and won the longitude prize through extraordinary mechanical insight, talent and determination.
P. L. Tassaert
- Image reference: 2090
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London