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    In the past, there has been many great people who changed the world by creating an invention to make life simpler. Some inventions that were made stood in front of others while some weren’t given much credit. One of the many great people included a man named Samuel Finley Breese Morse. Morse was born in April 27, 1791 in Charlestown Massachusetts with a father named Pastor Jedidiah Morse and a mother named Elizabeth Ann Finley Breese. Samuel Morse was a very important man for the many things that he had created to make life more easier to connect to others and view the world as we know it. He was known for many different things and what he has done for his people but some of the most important things that were in his life were his his fantastic…

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    One day a long time ago the world was changed. It was changed by the name of Samuel Morse. Samuel Morse had invented the telegraph. A piece of equipment that not only would change the world but it would help win wars and help people communicate with loved ones. Samuel Morse had paved the road for future inventors like the inventor of the telephone Alexander Graham Bell. Samuel Morse should have credit for helping invent the phone. He changed the world. Before the telegraph was invented…

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    your iPhone and thought “wow, this is so innovative!”? Well, before there were emojis we used a thing called Morse Code and it was used on a machine called the telegraph. The telegraph was invented by Samuel Morse in the 1800s and the machine revolutionized long distance communication. In case you don’t know who he is I’ll tell you. “Samuel Morse was the first child of clergymen Jedidiah and Elizabeth Finley Morse”, according to Biography.com, and they would later have five other children.…

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    a different place if it weren't for the amazing discoveries made by scientists. Samuel Finley Breese Morse is one of the scientists who discovered the telegraph and Morse code, which brought the great revolution in the total communication system. In early days people used to carry a message by travelling from one place to another place, this takes a lot of time. After inventing the telegraph, it became very easy to exchange message.  INTRODUCTION  BIRTH AND EDUCATION OF FINLEY MORSE …

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    After graduating from Yale in 1810, Samuel Morse wished to pursue a career as a painter, despite his father’s dissent. He studied art in England, and upon his return to America in 1815, set up a studio in Boston. It was shortly after, in 1818, that he married Lucretia Walker. In February 1825, after giving birth to their third child, Lucretia died. The next year Morse’s father died, and his mother passed away three years later. Deep in grief, in 1829 Morse traveled to Europe. While returning…

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    Result: 100% Unique In the past, there has been many great people who changed- Unique Some inventions that were made stood in front of others- Unique people included a man named Samuel Finley Breese Morse.- Unique with a father named Pastor Jedidiah Morse and a mother named- Unique man for the many things that he had created to make life- Unique know it. He was known for many different things and what- Unique things that were in his life were his his fantastic paintings,- Unique was many things…

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    The very first data communication the was done electrolytically was in 1836 by Samuel Morse. He demonstrated the ability to Transmit information over wires. This information was sent using a series of electrical signals. In 1844 Morse demonstrated to the US congress the practicality of his invention by sending a message from washington to baltimore, it read “What Hath God wrought”. With this invention made the world seem smaller than ever before making it easier to access information. It would…

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    Samuel F. B. Morse On April 27, 1791 Samuel B. F. Morse was born to his parents Jedidiah Morse and his mother Elizabeth Breese in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He was the first of the three sons. By the age of seven Samuel was in Phillips Academy. Though he was not a student star, his drawing skills were great. Both Samuel's teachers' and parents' encouragement led Samuel to success with miniature portraits. In 1810 Morse graduated from Yale Collage.…

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    In the beginning of the 19th century, cities were growing and railroads were expanding, but people couldn't send or receive messages in a short amount of time. One example of how news and messages were transmitted was the Pony Express. There were some electrical communications, but they were either too slow or too complicated. Railroads were helping expand the country quickly, they were connecting cities to each other, but there needed to be some form of communication to pass messages throughout…

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    Have you ever heard of Samuel Morse? If you have then you know that he was a co-inventor of Morse Code. Morse Code is a systematic way of transmitting information via code and it is sent either from light or from off and on tones. Samuel Morse is known for much more than Morse Code, however. He originally gained his reputation for being a portrait painter and by helping invent the single-wired telegraph. Because of what is being called the Industrial Revolution many new inventions like Morse Code…

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