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Nathaniel S. Keith
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Nathaniel Shepard Keith (born July 14 1838 in Boston, Massachusetts, died January 1925) was an American manufacturer, chemist, inventor, writer, and electrical engineer.
Keith founded the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) in early 1884 and served as the first secretary of the organization.
Keith was instrumental in the manufacturing and installation of the electric light and power apparatus in San Francisco, California.[Needs rewording]
The AIEE merged with other societies in 1963 to become the IEEE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
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