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The Laying of the Cable Or the Ocean Telegraph

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The Ocean Telegraph Cable

Author : William Rowett
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The Ocean Telegraph Cable

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The Ocean Telegraph to India

Author : Joseph Charles Parkinson
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Submarine Telegraph Cables in the Pacific Ocean In the Matter of the Application of the Commercial Pacific Cable Company for Permission to Land on the Shores of the United States Hawaiian Islands Midway Islands the Island of Guam and the Philippine Islands a Submarine Telegraph Cable in the Said Philippine Islands and to China December 4 1902 Laid on the Table and Ordered to be Printed

Author : United States. Congress. Senate
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Laying down the Transatlantic Telegraph Cable and sounding Ocean depths

Author : Francis HIGGINSON (Lieut., R.N.)
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The Laying of the Cable Or the Ocean Telegraph

Author : John Mullaly
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This is a reproduction of the original artefact. Generally these books are created from careful scans of the original. This allows us to preserve the book accurately and present it in the way the author intended. Since the original versions are generally quite old, there may occasionally be certain imperfections within these reproductions. We're happy to make these classics available again for future generations to enjoy!

Submarine Cables and the Oceans

Author : L. Carter
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There are many things and services in our everyday life that we take for granted, and telecommunications is one of them. We surf the internet, send emails to friends and colleagues abroad, talk to family members in foreign countries over the phone, book airline seats and make banking transactions without actually realizing and appreciating the sophisticated technology that enables us to do so. This report covers the history and nature of cables, their special status in international law, their interaction with the environment and other ocean users and, finally, the challenges of the future. It is an evidence-based synopsis that aims to improve the quality and availability of information to enhance understanding and cooperation between all stakeholders. UNEP-WCMC in collaboration with the International Cable Protection Committee and UNEP has prepared this new report to provide an objective, factual description of the sub-marine cable industry and the interaction of submarine telecommunications (which route 95% of all international communications traffic) with the marine environment. This important report seeks to focus and guide deliberations and decision making on the wise conservation and protection of the oceans in concert with their sustainable management and use.

Statistics of Principal Wire telegraph Ocean Cable and Radiotelegraph Carriers Reporting Annually to the Commission

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
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Statistics of Principal Wire telegraph and Ocean cable Carriers Reporting Annually to the Commission

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
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The Telegrapher

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The Story of the Telegraph and a History of the Great Atlantic Cable

Author : Charles Frederick Briggs
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Census of Electrical Industries

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Census of Electrical Industries 1917

Author : United States. Bureau of the Census
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Underseas Cable World

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Census of Electrical Industries Telephones

Author : United States. Bureau of the Census
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A Thread Across the Ocean

Author : John Steele Gordon
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Describes the laying of a cable across the Atlantic Ocean in 1866, exploring the physical, financial, and technological challenges of the project and assessing the impact of the cable on the course of twentieth-century history.

Historical Statistics of the United States Colonial Times to 1970

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Bulletin

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The Hancocks of Marlborough

Author : John Loadman
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This book began with the aim of telling the almost forgotten story of Thomas Hancock, the rubber developer who in his own day was acknowledged as one of the great scientific pioneers of the Industrial Revolution. But as research progressed, it was clear that Thomas and his five brothers, the Hancocks of Marlborough, together constituted a unique family which made a tremendous yet virtually unknown contribution to nineteenth-century science and art. Walter designed and ran the first steam carriages to carry passengers on the common roads of England and so began the age of mechanized transport. Thomas founded the UK rubber industry when he discovered how to vulcanize rubber reliably; his company survived for some 120 years before being taken over. Charles was a well established painter who was also instrumental in the manufacture of gutta percha-coated undersea cables, used by the electric telegraph to begin the global information highway. Other brothers, John, James and William all made significant contributions to the development of Victorian science and culture. This book tells the story of the family and the remarkable people in it, from the Great Fire of Marlborough in 1653 to the present day, using the Hancock family archive of many unpublished and previously unknown documents.