How Electricity Changed
Communication
By Austin Rivera
How we communicated back in
the day
• Before electricity was practical for everyday
use (up until the 1860’s), mail by hor...
Electricity Kicks in!
• In 1836, Samuel Morse develops a code for sending
messages over an electrical line using electrica...
Now everyone can communicate
• In 1876,Alexander Graham Bell
invented the telephone, a device that
allowed people to commu...
Citations
• See Below
Citations
• See Below
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  1. 1. How Electricity Changed Communication By Austin Rivera
  2. 2. How we communicated back in the day • Before electricity was practical for everyday use (up until the 1860’s), mail by horse was the most common way of sending messages and parcels.Today, the USPS has the same functionality, but time to ship is quicker due to airplanes and motor vehicles.
  3. 3. Electricity Kicks in! • In 1836, Samuel Morse develops a code for sending messages over an electrical line using electrical pulses.This code was known as morse code and is still used in aviation radio towers today.
  4. 4. Now everyone can communicate • In 1876,Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, a device that allowed people to communicate via sound waves.This broadened the range for the audience that could communicate electronically.
  5. 5. Citations • See Below
  6. 6. Citations • See Below
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