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4. september 1837 presenterer den amerikanske oppfinnaren og kunstprofessoren Samuel Morse si oppfinning morseapparatet, bygt med delar frå både eit staffeli og veggklokka hans. På den første papirstripa stod skrive: «214-36-2-58-112-04-01837» - «vellykka forsøk med telegraf 4. september 1837». Saman med studenten Alfred Vail presenterer han 6. januar 1838 morsealfabetet. Alfabetet er bygt på det engelske skriftspråket og komponert ut frå Vails analyse av kor mange eksemplar det er av kvar bokstav i setjekassane i ei lokalavis i Morristown. Morsetelegrafen blir vist i bruk offentleg fem dagar seinare. Då blir meldinga «A patient waiter is no loser» telegrafert i morse over ei strekning på 3 km i Speedwell Ironworks, New Jersey. Det amerikanske patentet for morseapparatet får Morse 20. juni 1840.

Morsesignalet SOS har ofte vore forklart som ei forkorting for uttrykk som «Save Our Souls», men forklaringa er teknisk. Det gjaldt å lage eit enkelt signal som kunne nå fram med dei svake sendarane og all den sendarstøyen som då var røynda, og signalet var standard frå 1. november 1908. Det er det einaste morsesignalet med meir enn åtte teikn. ☞ Les meir på allkunne.no ☜
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Foto: illustrasjonsbilete av morsekode. Kjelde: Richard Corfield på flickr.com. CC BY-NC 2.0.

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Solomon G Brown was also a poet, lecturer, and scientific technician. He joined the Smithsonian in 1852 and remained there for fifty-four years until he retired in 1906.
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#SolomonGBrown (February 14, 1829 - June 26, 1906) Born around 1829, Brown was one of six children. With the unfortunate death of his father in 1833, Brown's chance of attending school and receiving a formal education was over. However, Brown began working for Lambert Tree, assistant postmaster with the DC post office. It was in this capacity that Brown first met Joseph Henry, the Smithsonian's first Secretary. Tree detailed Brown to work with Henry, #SamuelBMorse, and #AlfredVail, while they developed the first magnetic telegraph that ran from DC to Baltimore, Maryland.

In 1852, #SolomonBrown was hired as a general laborer by the Smithsonian under Henry. Initially, he built exhibit cases, cleaned and moved furniture for the Institution, and shortly became the supervisor of a small group of Smithsonian workers. While working, Brown developed a close relationship with then Assistant Secretary Baird, a naturalist and later second Secretary of the Institution. The two worked together until Baird's death in 1887. Baird trusted Brown implicitly and when out of town, relied on Brown to be his "eyes and ears" of the Institution. Brown and Baird frequently corresponded about the operations of the Smithsonian, city events, and their personal lives, sharing a wry sense of humor about life. From these letters we learn that Brown entertained visitors, handled the mail, made travel arrangements, performed clerical duties, and paid the household staff for the Baird family in addition to his other numerous Smithsonian duties.
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24/05/1844 #SamuelMorse inaugura la primera línea de telégrafo al enviar un mensaje a su asistente #AlfredVail


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On this day in 1844 (175 years ago) the first ever telegraph message—“What hath God wrought!”—was sent from Washington, D.C. by Samuel Morse and received on the instrument pictured here by Alfred Vail in Baltimore. Ezra Cornell had built the overhead line of wires strung on glass-insulated poles for this experiment, and he would continue working with Samuel Morse and Hiram Sibley in the practical development of the electric telegraph and the creation of the Western Union Telegraph Company. Sibley purchased the original telegraph receiver from Alfred Vail’s son in 1898 and presented it to Cornell University. As a symbol of the source of Ezra Cornell’s prosperity, the wealth that made the founding of the University possible, a telegraph receiver was included in Hermon Atkins McNeil’s 1918 statue of Ezra Cornell on the Cornell Arts Quad.
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May 24, 1844

Samuel Morse sends the first telegraphic message over a line from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore. The message, “What hath God wrought!” was transmitted to his partner, Alfred Vail, who retransmitted the same message back to Morse. This formally opened America’s first telegraph line, launching America’s first form of instant communication in history. The biblical text was selected by Annie Ellsworth, the teenage daughter of the U.S. Commissioner of Patents.
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Hoy #27Abril se celebra el Día del Código Morse, un sistema de telegrafía creado por Samuel Finley Breese Mors y Alfred Vail. .

Este método ha tenido muchos usos, sobre todo militares pues fue utilizado durante la Primera y Segunda Guerra Mundial #VenezuelaSeRespeta .

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“Vail Mansion on South Street in Morristown was built between 1916 and 1918.

It was designed to serve as residence and museum for Theodore Vail. President of the American Telephone and Telegraph Co.” - nj.com


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Solomon G Brown was also a poet, lecturer, and scientific technician. He joined the Smithsonian in 1852 and remained there for fifty-four years until he retired in 1906.
#BlackPeopleYouDontKnow
#WeLoveBlackScientist
#SolomonGBrown (February 14, 1829 - June 26, 1906) Born around 1829, Brown was one of six children. With the unfortunate death of his father in 1833, Brown's chance of attending school and receiving a formal education was over. However, Brown began working for Lambert Tree, assistant postmaster with the DC post office. It was in this capacity that Brown first met Joseph Henry, the Smithsonian's first Secretary. Tree detailed Brown to work with Henry, #SamuelBMorse, and #AlfredVail, while they developed the first magnetic telegraph that ran from DC to Baltimore, Maryland.

In 1852, #SolomonBrown was hired as a general laborer by the Smithsonian under Henry. Initially, he built exhibit cases, cleaned and moved furniture for the Institution, and shortly became the supervisor of a small group of Smithsonian workers. While working, Brown developed a close relationship with then Assistant Secretary Baird, a naturalist and later second Secretary of the Institution. The two worked together until Baird's death in 1887. Baird trusted Brown implicitly and when out of town, relied on Brown to be his "eyes and ears" of the Institution. Brown and Baird frequently corresponded about the operations of the Smithsonian, city events, and their personal lives, sharing a wry sense of humor about life. From these letters we learn that Brown entertained visitors, handled the mail, made travel arrangements, performed clerical duties, and paid the household staff for the Baird family in addition to his other numerous Smithsonian duties.
#BlackHistoryOfFebruary13
#BlackHistoryofJune26
#ThisWeekInBlackHistory #TWIBH
#TodayInBlackHistory #TIBH
#WeLoveBlackScholars
#WeLoveBlackPioneers
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08/01/1838 #AlfredVail demuestra su sistema de telégrafo que usaba "puntos" y "líneas", fue el antecesor del código de #SamuelMorse


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24/05/1844 #SamuelMorse inaugura la primera línea de telégrafo al enviar un mensaje a su asistente #AlfredVail. Las palabras que se utilizaron fueron #WhatHathGodWrought


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On This Day in History January 6, 1838: Inventors Samuel Morse and Alfred Vail at a farmhouse in Morristown, New Jersey successfully transmit the message “ A patient waiter is no loser” over two miles of wire via what would become known worldwide as Morse Code. The world would soon enter the era of modern communications.
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Invention of the Telegraph
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4. september 1837 presenterer den amerikanske oppfinnaren og kunstprofessoren Samuel Morse si oppfinning morseapparatet, bygt med delar frå både eit staffeli og veggklokka hans. På den første papirstripa stod skrive: «214-36-2-58-112-04-01837» - «vellykka forsøk med telegraf 4. september 1837».
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Saman med studenten Alfred Vail presenterer han 6. januar 1838 morsealfabetet. Alfabetet er bygt på det engelske skriftspråket og komponert ut frå Vails analyse av kor mange eksemplar det er av kvar bokstav i setjekassane i ei lokalavis i Morristown. Morsetelegrafen blir vist i bruk offentleg fem dagar seinare. Då blir meldinga «A patient waiter is no loser» telegrafert i morse over ei strekning på 3 km i Speedwell Ironworks, New Jersey. Det amerikanske patentet for morseapparatet får Morse 20. juni 1840. I 1844 vart det første telegrammet sendt over ein lengre distanse overført fra Washington til Baltimore.
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Morsesignalet SOS har ofte vore forklart som ei forkorting for uttrykk som «Save Our Souls», men forklaringa er teknisk. Det gjaldt å lage eit enkelt signal som kunne nå fram med dei svake sendarane og all den sendarstøyen som då var røynda, og signalet var standard frå 1. november 1908. Det er det einaste morsesignalet med meir enn åtte teikn.
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Bilde: Telegraf laga av Alfred Vail i 1844. Foto: National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution (id-nr. EM*181411), Flickr.com CC BY-NC 2.0.

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Today in 1836 Alfred Vail demonstrated the telegraph system of dots and dashes that would go on to be known as Morse Code. Get out your torch and flash! Cheers!
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The #telegraph revolutionized long-distance communication, reaching the height of its popularity in the 1920s and 1930s. After hearing about a newly discovered #electromagnet while sailing home from #Europe in 1832, #SamuelMorse began developing a prototype for the #electric telegraph. He worked with his partners, #LeonardGale and #AlfredVail, and demonstrated the electric telegraph using #MorseCode for the first time this week in 1838. #IEEE #Engineer #Engineering #Tech #Technology


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A #fascinating and #rare tool of early #telecommunications, this device was created by the L.M. #Ericsson company of #Stockholm and was designed to receive and record #Morse #code #communications. Pioneered in 1844 by #SamuelMorse and #AlfredVail, the American #MorseCode was among the first electric #telegraphs, sending electromagnetic impulses across telegraph wires to a receiver. Rather than transmitting sound, these early systems sent information by varying pulses of radio waves to spell out #messages in Morse code. The present machine, created by the Scandenavian company founded by #Swedish #inventor Lars Magnus Ericsson (1846-1926), would have served as a receiver that also recorded the messages in code. Through the power of the electromagnetic impulse, the stylus was pressed down against the paper, effectively making an indention on the moving paper tape. The paper message could then be decoded, and serve as a record of the message for one's archives. Morse code was used extensively throughout the late 19th and early 20th century, and proved to be an integral form of communication during the two #WorldWars and beyond. Used by the telegraph companies and American railroads until the 1960s, and the American Coast Guard until 1999, Morse code is still in use by some government agencies and private corporations. This #raremachine is an extraordinary #relic of this rich communications #history.
Inscribed "A.B. / L.M. ERICSSON & CO. / STOCKHOLM / NO. 5871
#Circa1885. $6,850
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#May #24th #penoftheday
#1844#Samuel #Morse sent the #message #WhathathGodwrought" (a #biblicalquotation, #Numbers 23:23) from the #OldSupremeCourtChamber in the #UnitedStatesCapitol to his assistant, #AlfredVail in #Baltimore, #Maryland, to #inaugurate the #first #telegraphline.
#OMAS has always been close to human #discoveries and #technological #advances and #events linked to them. Today you can see the #writing #instrument #dedicated to the #italian #scientist who has contributed to the development of the #telegraph, #Marconi


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