Telephone and Telegraph History
hyperlinks taken from
A website that is no longer online.

Telephone and Telegraph History

History of Telecommunications
swiped from

Telegraph | | Telephone | | Radio | | Television | | Internet | | Programming |

During the history of communications around the world, the manner in which people communicate has changed dramatically. Originally, the only way to communicate with someone else is via face-to-face communications. Over time the methods of communication changed to include letters and other form of written communication. However, communicating by writing was time-consuming and did not allow immediate responses of the communication.

Fortunately, man has developed other ways to communicate that allowed immediate responses from the parties. These methods that were implemented includes telegraph, telephone, radio, television and more recently Internet communications. In the past several centuries these telecommunications vehicles have allowed faster and more efficient ways for people to communicate with each other. These methods of communication, from the telegraph to today's high tech smart phone,  have changed the way people communicate. To learn more about these methods, please feel free to browse the following resources:







| Cheshire's Home Page | Cheshire@2600.Com