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<p>'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Morse.jpg|thumb|left|Samuel Morse]] On 24 May 1844, [[Samuel Morse|Samuel Morse]] transmitted the message "What hath God wrought" from Baltimore to Alfred Vail in Washington, D.C., using America's first completed long-distance [[Telegraph|telegraph]] line. Morse and Vail had first successfully demonstrated their electric telegraph, over a shorter distance, in 1838. </p>
  
Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC. Samuel Morse demonstrated long distance telegraphy on 24 May 1844 by transmitting the message 'What hath God wrought' between Baltimore and Washington.
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<p>'''See also:''' [[Morse Code|Morse Code]] </p>
  
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Samuel Morse
Samuel Morse
On 24 May 1844, Samuel Morse transmitted the message "What hath God wrought" from Baltimore to Alfred Vail in Washington, D.C., using America's first completed long-distance telegraph line. Morse and Vail had first successfully demonstrated their electric telegraph, over a shorter distance, in 1838.

See also: Morse Code