worldwide telegraph cable industry --before --w.w.w.[World Wide Web]internet

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First transatlantic telegraph cable completed - Aug 05, 1858 ...

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On this day in History, First transatlantic telegraph cable completed on 
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History of the Atlantic Cable & Submarine Telegraphy

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Major telegraph lines across the Earth in 1891

Newcomen Telegraphy Conference-1849

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In 1849 an experimental (unarmoured) cable core was laid from a ship in Folkstone harbour and connected to the South Eastern Railway's telegraph to London, and messages sent from the ship to London. In 1850 the Brett brothers, John & Jacob ...
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Submarine Cable System History
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"Goliath laying the 1850 Channel submarine cable"

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"Great Eastern" laying the 1866 Atlantic submarine cable
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Phelps' Electro-motor Printing Telegraph from circa 1880, the last and most advanced telegraphy mechanism designed by George May Phelps
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220 px Muirhead Morse inker (Rankin Kennedy Electrical Installations Vol 1903




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Submarine communications cable
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