Today in History March 24th, The Telegraph was Invented

March 24, 2023

On March 24th, 1844, the telegraph was introduced and revolutionized mass communication, allowing instant communication over vast distances for the first time in human history. Samuel Morse developed Morse Code in 1832 and presented his concept to the U.S. Congress in 1838. Morse was the first to invent the first electrical telegraph, and in 1843 he built a telegraph system from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore with the financial support of Congress. In 1844, the first message, “What hath God wrought?” was sent.

Today we can ask Chat GPT 4 about what we might have wrought.

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