What was the first invention to change the way we talk to one another? In 1844, Samuel Morse patented the telegraph. Using a system of dots and dashes, Morse created the first method of “instant” communication. During the Civil War, hundreds of telegraph poles were lifted to get messages from leaders to the troops.
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