“What hath God wrought.”

By Dead Presidents Daily

“Samuel Morse (left) sent his famed message from Washington to Baltimore on May 24, 1844, and it’s often mentioned as if it were the very first message ever relayed by telegraph, but it isn’t so. It was a public demonstration of the revolutionary communications technology (the “Victorian Internet”), and so of course was widely publicized.”

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