March 21 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm $10
In the 1840s, the telegraph became the first widespread electronic method of communication. Short messages could be sent quickly over wires and delivered the same day. It became a worldwide standard. Electromagnetism produces clicking noises on the other end. Samuel Morse developed a code to translate these clicks into letters and symbols. Learn basic principles of electricity and how to build electromagnets. Build a working telegraph. Bailey Tire/Pit Stop Children’s Exploration Series.
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