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Alexander Graham Bell & Samuel Morse

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Elisabeth Weeks

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Transcript of Alexander Graham Bell & Samuel Morse

MORSE CODE AND THE TELEGRAPH
facts
Samuel Morse, his Inventions
Monday, March 7th, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Facts
Samuel Morse
Alexander Graham Bell's first call started with him saying, "Mr. Watson--come here--I need to see you."
This patent was one of the most important patents in the country
He founded AT&T
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Born on April 27, 1791 in Charlestown, Massachusetts.
He graduated from Yale College in 1810.
Between 1832 and 1837 he developed a model of the electrical telegraph.
In 1844, Morse filed a patent for the printing telegraph.
On May 11, 1844 he sent the first telegraph message.
Died April 2nd, 1872
Early Communication: Telephone, Telegraph, and Morse Code
by: Elisabeth Weeks and Gabi Maynard

Alexander Graham Bell's First Call
Alexander Graham Bell
"Mr. Watson--come here--I want to see you."
- Alexander Graham Bell
"Mr. Watson..."
"What god hath wrought?"
- Samuel Morse
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He was born on March 3rd, 1847
He immigrated to Canada in 1870, and to the United States in 1871
The founder of a school for the deaf.
He received the patent for the telephone on March 7, 1876
He died on August 2, 1922 at the age of 75.
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