1876 – Born in Angola, New York on the 26th of November.
1895 – He received a scholarship to Cornell University.
1901 – Graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
– He went to work for the Buffalo Forge Company, a company which manufactured heaters, blowers and air exhaust systems, in their heating engineering department designing heating systems to dry lumber and coffee.
1906 – Carrier received a patent for his method. He went on to work on other cooling and humidity-control inventions, and was eventually made the head of the Buffalo Forge subsidiary named Carrier Air Conditioning Company in his honor.
1930 – Carrier moved his company to Syracuse, New York, and the company became one of the largest employers in central New York.
– He started Toyo Carrier in Japan. Japan is now the largest market for air conditioning in the world.
1950 – Died on the 7th of October.