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Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): entry telephone-the
Western Union Telegraph Company, with a description of Reis's telephone, begins experiments with a view to producing an articulating telephone......July, 1875 Elisha Gray files his caveat for an invention to transmit the tones of the human voice through a telegraphic circuit, etc......Feb. 14, 1876 Professor Bell publicly explains his method before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences of Boston......May 10, 1876 Bell's telephone exhibited at the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, Pa.......June, 1876 Iron diaphragm first used by Bell......June 30, 1876 Edison's carbon, loud-speaking telephone invented......January, 1877 Professor Bell exhibits at the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., his telephone, using a powerful horseshoe magnet, by which a short speech, shouted into a similar telephone in Boston, 16 miles distant, is distinctly audible to an audience of 600 persons in Salem......Feb. 12, 1877 First-known telephone line connects the office of Charles Wil
Salem (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry telephone-the
t the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, Pa.......June, 1876 Iron diaphragm first used by Bell......June 30, 1876 Edison's carbon, loud-speaking telephone invented......January, 1877 Professor Bell exhibits at the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., his telephone, using a powerful horseshoe magnet, by which a short speech, shouted into a similar telephone in Boston, 16 miles distant, is distinctly audible to an audience of 600 persons in Salem......Feb. 12, 1877 First-known telephone Salem......Feb. 12, 1877 First-known telephone line connects the office of Charles Williams, electrician, in Boston, and his house in Somerville......April, 1877 First telephone exchange established in Boston, Mass......1877 One form of microphone invented by Edison......April 1, 1877 Experiments begun in Brown University by Prof. Eli W. Blake, Prof. John Pierce, and others, result in the construction by Dr. William F. Channing of the first portable telephone......April, 1877 Handle telephone, now generally in use, made by Dr. C
Providence, R. I. (Rhode Island, United States) (search for this): entry telephone-the
Prof. Eli W. Blake, Prof. John Pierce, and others, result in the construction by Dr. William F. Channing of the first portable telephone......April, 1877 Handle telephone, now generally in use, made by Dr. Channing and Edson S. Jones, at Providence, R. I......May, 1877 Glass-plate telephone invented by Henry W. Vaughan, State assayer, Providence, R. I.......June, 1877 Bell telephone patent expires......March 7, 1893 Statistics Miles of wire, 1,016,777; circuits, 422,620; stationsplate telephone invented by Henry W. Vaughan, State assayer, Providence, R. I.......June, 1877 Bell telephone patent expires......March 7, 1893 Statistics Miles of wire, 1,016,777; circuits, 422,620; stations, 632,946; intruments in use under lease, 1,580,101; average daily connections of exchanges, 5,173,803; capital of American Bell Telephone Company, $25,886,300......Report of Jan. 1, 1900 Telephone company in opposition to the American Bell Telephone Company organized ......1901
Boston (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry telephone-the
invented......January, 1877 Professor Bell exhibits at the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., his telephone, using a powerful horseshoe magnet, by which a short speech, shouted into a similar telephone in Boston, 16 miles distant, is distinctly audible to an audience of 600 persons in Salem......Feb. 12, 1877 First-known telephone line connects the office of Charles Williams, electrician, in Boston, and his house in Somerville......April, 1877 First telephone exchange established in Boston, Mass......1877 One form of microphone invented by Edison......April 1, 1877 Experiments begun in Brown University by Prof. Eli W. Blake, Prof. John Pierce, and others, result in the construction by Dr. William F. Channing of the first portable telephone......April, 1877 Handle telephone, now generally in use, made by Dr. Channing and Edson S. Jones, at Providence, R. I......May, 1877 Glass-plate telephone invented by Henry W. Vaughan, State assayer, Providence, R. I.......June, 187
Henry W. Vaughan (search for this): entry telephone-the
and his house in Somerville......April, 1877 First telephone exchange established in Boston, Mass......1877 One form of microphone invented by Edison......April 1, 1877 Experiments begun in Brown University by Prof. Eli W. Blake, Prof. John Pierce, and others, result in the construction by Dr. William F. Channing of the first portable telephone......April, 1877 Handle telephone, now generally in use, made by Dr. Channing and Edson S. Jones, at Providence, R. I......May, 1877 Glass-plate telephone invented by Henry W. Vaughan, State assayer, Providence, R. I.......June, 1877 Bell telephone patent expires......March 7, 1893 Statistics Miles of wire, 1,016,777; circuits, 422,620; stations, 632,946; intruments in use under lease, 1,580,101; average daily connections of exchanges, 5,173,803; capital of American Bell Telephone Company, $25,886,300......Report of Jan. 1, 1900 Telephone company in opposition to the American Bell Telephone Company organized ......1901
office of Charles Williams, electrician, in Boston, and his house in Somerville......April, 1877 First telephone exchange established in Boston, Mass......1877 One form of microphone invented by Edison......April 1, 1877 Experiments begun in Brown University by Prof. Eli W. Blake, Prof. John Pierce, and others, result in the construction by Dr. William F. Channing of the first portable telephone......April, 1877 Handle telephone, now generally in use, made by Dr. Channing and Edson S. Jones, at Providence, R. I......May, 1877 Glass-plate telephone invented by Henry W. Vaughan, State assayer, Providence, R. I.......June, 1877 Bell telephone patent expires......March 7, 1893 Statistics Miles of wire, 1,016,777; circuits, 422,620; stations, 632,946; intruments in use under lease, 1,580,101; average daily connections of exchanges, 5,173,803; capital of American Bell Telephone Company, $25,886,300......Report of Jan. 1, 1900 Telephone company in opposition to the
hia, Pa.......June, 1876 Iron diaphragm first used by Bell......June 30, 1876 Edison's carbon, loud-speaking telephone invented......January, 1877 Professor Bell exhibits at the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., his telephone, using a powerful horseshoe magnet, by which a short speech, shouted into a similar telephone in Boston, 16 miles distant, is distinctly audible to an audience of 600 persons in Salem......Feb. 12, 1877 First-known telephone line connects the office of Charles Williams, electrician, in Boston, and his house in Somerville......April, 1877 First telephone exchange established in Boston, Mass......1877 One form of microphone invented by Edison......April 1, 1877 Experiments begun in Brown University by Prof. Eli W. Blake, Prof. John Pierce, and others, result in the construction by Dr. William F. Channing of the first portable telephone......April, 1877 Handle telephone, now generally in use, made by Dr. Channing and Edson S. Jones, at Providence
Thomas A. Edison (search for this): entry telephone-the
s his method before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences of Boston......May 10, 1876 Bell's telephone exhibited at the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, Pa.......June, 1876 Iron diaphragm first used by Bell......June 30, 1876 Edison's carbon, loud-speaking telephone invented......January, 1877 Professor Bell exhibits at the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., his telephone, using a powerful horseshoe magnet, by which a short speech, shouted into a similar telephone in Boston, 77 First-known telephone line connects the office of Charles Williams, electrician, in Boston, and his house in Somerville......April, 1877 First telephone exchange established in Boston, Mass......1877 One form of microphone invented by Edison......April 1, 1877 Experiments begun in Brown University by Prof. Eli W. Blake, Prof. John Pierce, and others, result in the construction by Dr. William F. Channing of the first portable telephone......April, 1877 Handle telephone, now gene
Alexander Graham Bell (search for this): entry telephone-the
onveyed sounds to a distance by distended wire......1667 Alexander Graham Bell begins his investigation of electrical transmission and reproduction of articulate speech......July, 1874 Bell constructs an electrical telephone, with a diaphragm of gold-beater's skin, which trans voice through a telegraphic circuit, etc......Feb. 14, 1876 Professor Bell publicly explains his method before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences of Boston......May 10, 1876 Bell's telephone exhibited at the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, Pa.......June, 1876 Iron diaphragm first used by Bell......June 30, 1876 Edison's carbon, loud-speaking telephone invented......January, 1877 Professor BeProfessor Bell exhibits at the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., his telephone, using a powerful horseshoe magnet, by which a short speech, shouted into a sienry W. Vaughan, State assayer, Providence, R. I.......June, 1877 Bell telephone patent expires......March 7, 1893 Statistics Miles o
Thomas Alva Edison (search for this): entry telephone-the
Telephone, the Chronology of: Robert Hook conveyed sounds to a distance by distended wire......1667 Alexander Graham Bell begins his investigation of electrical transmission and reproduction of articulate speech......July, 1874 Bell constructs an electrical telephone, with a diaphragm of gold-beater's skin, which transmits speech......July, 1875 Thomas A. Edison, furnished by William Orton, president of the Western Union Telegraph Company, with a description of Reis's telephone, begins experiments with a view to producing an articulating telephone......July, 1875 Elisha Gray files his caveat for an invention to transmit the tones of the human voice through a telegraphic circuit, etc......Feb. 14, 1876 Professor Bell publicly explains his method before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences of Boston......May 10, 1876 Bell's telephone exhibited at the Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, Pa.......June, 1876 Iron diaphragm first used by Bell......June
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