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Text:"...- spiration one evening in 1832. SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse, on WASHINGTON (.4s) Some to apply to others. This coun- i shipboard returning from France, of President Truman's congress- try has specific..."
Date:July 7 1951
Publication:Austin, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"... in this country. He was SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse, destined for fu- MATHEW B. BRADY ture fame as the inventor of the telegraph. Morse, who had already achieved fame as a portrait painter, had gone abroad..."
Date:Nov 24 1938
Publication:Cambridge City, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... signed the treaty of peace in 1783, but only four, viz: SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse. They intend to go through the catalogue at once. As to the child, I saw him asleep, so can say nothing of his eye, or bis..."
Date:May 24 1877
Publication:Defiance, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., Penn. for his question: Who invented-Con- tinental Morse Code? In 1791, SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse was born in Charleston, Mass., and his long life was as interesting as his long name. As talented artist..."
Date:Aug 2 1971
Publication:Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States of America
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Text:"... New York Observer for April 20. 1839) was written by a man who was to play at* important part to the development of photography to this country. Ha was SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse, destined for fu..."
Date:Nov 24 1938
Publication:Cambridge, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... perfect rectitude, and graced and beautified by earnest sympathy for his fellows and the full comprehension and pursuit of his duty to mankind. S. F. B. MORSE. SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse, LL.D., inventor..."
Date:1895
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... Trowbridge, John. SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse. 1901. 14 Jem (Beacon biog.) Small 75c n Bibliography, p. 132-34. Nasmyth, J. H. James Nasmyth, engineer; an autobiography, ed. by Samuel Smiles. Rev. ed. 1884. 19..."
Date:1904
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Image:328 of 418
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Text:"... SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse is the Throughout Europe for a hundred alleged Indentor of the telegraph, bu. j ypars they have boen increasing and Burlingtonians who know anything j idle. with ideal..."
Date:May 13 1909
Publication:Burlington, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... my boy? There w as a trenmloiisness in her voicc and an agitation in her manner which PROFESSOR MORSE. The great and good old man who in vented the magnetic telegraph, Professoi SamuelFinleyBreese..."
Date:Apr 11 1872
Publication:Martinsville, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., temporal and 1 leaders, and recognizing the fact that the eternal, of his fellow-creatures. With the new departnre which it contemplates is SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse, the inventor of the telegraphic system..."
Date:Apr 6 1872
Publication:Davenport, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... tiáti show as bright a-financial record c - Death of Prof. Morse. SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse, the father of the telegraph is dead. He died at his residence in New York about 8 o'clock on the evening..."
Date:Apr 11 1872
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., people hadn't known whether the train was late or not. May SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse sat in the Supreme Court room in the United States Capitol and tapped out a telegraph message to his associate, Alfred..."
Date:May 1 1975
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... are truth ful conscientious and pure in nature Answers to Foregoing Questions 1 miles per second 2 Euclid of Alexandria 3 SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse Says John Of Elaine YORK June Protege is not Karl Kabelka..."
Date:June 8 1935
Publication:Massillon, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... to SamuelFinleyBreeseMorse and usually mention also that the first words sent over his marvelous new communicatons device were "What hath God The story is not that simple. The idea of transmitting signals..."
Date:Nov 14 1977
Publication:Ruston, Louisiana, United States of America