William Samuel Henson

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William Henson (3 May 1812 – 1888 was an aero inventor known for design of the Arial with John Stringfellow.

Henson's design included the use of an airscrew for propulsion; a wire-braced frame with stabilizers; and tricycle landing gear.[1]

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  1. Wolko, 1981, p. 27.