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'''Joshua Lionel Cowen''' (originally ''Cohen''; August 25, 1877, New York City - September 8, 1965, Palm Beach, Florida), [[American]] [[inventor]] and [[entrepreneur]] who created the first successful battery-powered scale model train set, allowing him to begin a corporation which manufactured and sold the famous Lionel trains.
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{{uncited}}'''Joshua Lionel Cowen''' (originally ''Cohen''; August 25, 1877, New York City - September 8, 1965, Palm Beach, Florida), [[American]] [[inventor]] and [[entrepreneur]] who created the first successful battery-powered scale model train set, allowing him to begin a corporation which manufactured and sold the famous Lionel trains.
  
 
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Joshua Lionel Cowen (originally Cohen; August 25, 1877, New York City - September 8, 1965, Palm Beach, Florida), American inventor and entrepreneur who created the first successful battery-powered scale model train set, allowing him to begin a corporation which manufactured and sold the famous Lionel trains.