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La telegrafía: Una revolución en las telecomunicaciones de Colombia: 1865-1923

Invented in 1836 by, Samuel morse, the telegraph revolutionized communications throughout the world. The telegraph took away the need for hand carried messages, is modernized business and personal communication.

David Bushnell's Turtle is widely thought to be the first American submarine.

In Cornelis Drebbel invented the first submarine. The submarine changed the world, it was very helpful because it could transfer things underwater and you could see things in the ocean as well.

Antique Coffee Grinder / Late 1800's by KikuVintageBoutique

Antique Coffee Grinder / Late 1800's Dovetail Wood and Cast Iron by Arcade

De Amerikaanse uitvinder en kunstschilder Samuel Morse vond in 1835 de morsecode uit. De elektrische telegraaf had veel invloed op de communicatie.

DC Photos: Take a Peek Inside the Smithsonian American History Museum: Morse-Vail Telegraph Key

10 Things That Have Changed Since 1791

10 Things That Have Changed Since 1791

Ellis Island-Geneology, have been searching for the Teiti family.

Ellis Island Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Jeff DOttavio

Central telefonica

"Communication Breakdown An old switchboard sits unused in Wheaton & Hollis Hotel, Bodie, California, US. Photo by Raymond Jabola.

1850 Lady telegrapher, great collar, lace overlay on dress and undersleeves, from Cowans Auctions this Dag sold for  over ten thousand dollars  WOW!!!

tuesday-johnson: “ ca. [daguerreotype occupational portrait of a telegraph operator] “ “When Samuel Morse used an electrical telegraph to send the message “What Hath God Wrought” in May,

Ellis Island Immigrants | Immigrants Awaiting Examination at Ellis Island, 1902 Premium Poster ...

Immigrants Awaiting Examination at Ellis Island, 1902

Leaders with the Virginia Civil War museum are getting ready for the annual reenactment. They are restoring some original cannons.

Civil War Re-enactment Preparations

The Old Phone

this is an old farm telephone made from solid oak. No dial. You gave your number to an operator and she connected you herself. And your many party lines knew your business too.