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Social Studies 10, Unit #8

What became extremely popular in Canada? Telephones
How many telephone users were their in 1901? 30,000 (more per capita then anywhere else in the world).
What were the two main things telephone operators struggled with? Long hours and heavy headsets.
When was the first wireless telegraph received in Canada? 1901
Who received the first telegraph? Guglielmo Marconi
Who transmitted the first radio broadcast? Frederick Fessenden
When was the first radio broadcast, and what was it of? 1907, of music and voice.
What happened with radios in 1913? They were used in shipping.
What did radios do for the Titanic? Helped safe lives.
What was introduced in 1896 for the first time? Moving pictures.
Created by: dreycraf