Invention of the telephone
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America could not rely on technology before the telephone, and they didn't have some problems we deal with today. One is Obesity, they didn't have fast food.
Before the telephone, people had to rely on other things, communication was spread by, walking, by train, and by horses through the US.
Alexander Graham Bell was the first to patent the telephone. It was invented in his parents house, just outside of Brantford, Canada, when he made the first call to his assistant.
But before the telephone was invented the telegraph was the way of communication. The telegraph was invented by Samuel Morse, he also made morse code.
The Telephone began to grow, into newer models, to the ones we have today.
The Telephone has changed so much since the first one was patent. All technology has come a long way. I don't know how our lives would be today without technology.
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