Heroes of the Telegraph
Prof. John Munro (1849-1930) was the author of Heroes of the Telegraph (1891), The Story of Electricity (1896) and A Trip to Venus (1897). ""In plain English, at 4 a. m., a ray of light had been observed on the disc of the planet Mars in or near the ""terminator""; that is to say, the zone of twilight separating day from night. The news was doubly interesting to me, because a singular dream of ""Sunrise in the Moon"" had quickened my imagination as to the wonders of the universe beyond our little globe, and because of a never-to-be-forgotten experience of mine with an aged astronom.
- HEROES OF THE TELEGRAPH
- CHAPTER I. THE ORIGIN OF THE TELEGRAPH.
- CHAPTER II. CHARLES WHEATSTONE.
- CHAPTER III. SAMUEL MORSE.
- CHAPTER IV. SIR WILLIAM THOMSON.
- CHAPTER V. CHARLES WILLIAM SIEMENS.
- CHAPTER VI. FLEEMING JENKIN.
- CHAPTER VII. JOHANN PHILIPP REIS.
- CHAPTER VIII. GRAHAM BELL.
- CHAPTER IX. THOMAS ALVA EDISON.
- CHAPTER X. DAVID EDWIN HUGHES.
- I. CHARLES FERDINAND GAUSS.
- II. WILLIAM EDWARD WEBER.
- III. SIR WILLIAM FOTHERGILL COOKE.
- IV. ALEXANDER BAIN.
- V. DR. WERNER SIEMENS.
- VI. LATIMER CLARK.
- VII. COUNT DU MONCEL.
- VIII. ELISHA GRAY.
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