Electric Motor

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Rutland, Vermont. Thomas Davenport invented his electric motor in 1834, but didn't apply for a patent until 1836. U.S. patent No. 132 entitled "Improvements in propelling machinery by magnetism and electro-magnetism" was granted to him on 25 February 1837.