3 edition of The Great North Western Telegraph Company of Canada found in the catalog.
The Great North Western Telegraph Company of Canada
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Internet Archive BookReader The Great North Western Telegraph Company of Canada [microform]: revised tariff, January, The Montreal Telegraph Company was the first significant telegraph company in Canada.
Inearly telegraph pioneer Orrin S. Wood was recruited to be president of the company, which rapidly established telegraph lines to Toronto and Quebec City from Montreal, and then New York by August The company's operations grew to 1, miles of line during the s, and to 12, miles of line.
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OCLC. The Great Western Telegraph Company was wound up and the Western and Brazilian Telegraph Company (W&B) was set up in its place. The cable already manufactured by Hooper's Telegraph Works for the Atlantic was used on the east coast of South America between Para and Rio de Janeiro.
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In the Grand Trunk Railway became the Canadian National Railway. Byhowever, Western Union had laid the first transcontinental telegraph line, making it the first nationwide telegraph company. Telegraph systems spread across the world, as well. Introduction: This promotional souvenir book was issued by the Great Northern Telegraph Company on their centenary in and illustrated the company's origins and history.
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Shows land telegraph cables in the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Europe, and north Africa, submarine cables, steamship routes, and proposed lines.
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While, in most cases, the instrument bears the name of the manufacturer, there is no clue as to the year in which it was made.
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This watercolor by Dudley shows the interior of Telegraph House in Newfoundland, Canada at the cable's western end. Part of a series documenting the long, arduous process, this image was reproduced as a color lithograph in William H.
Russell's book "The Atlantic Telegraph" ( and ). The company was organized under the name of the California Telegraph Company; but, owning to disastrous fires init was found impossible to carry out the construction of the line under the first organization.
Inthe company was reorganized, and called the California State Telegraph Company. Chart of the submarine Atlantic Telegraph Shows land telegraph cables in the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Europe, and north Africa, submarine cables, steamship routes, and proposed lines.
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Come discover three exceptional Canadian rising stars (who also happen to be women) who have flown to us to discuss their work, including the influence of national and personal histories on it. Birth of a Telegraph Company -- Beginning as a telegraph service of the Canadian Northern Railway, the Canadian Northern Telegraph Company was incorporated in The railway defaulted on its bonds and the Canadian Government took ownership of the railway in and in took ownership of the telegraph company.
The Dominion Telegraph Company was transferred to the Great North Western Telegraph Company of Canada, a subsidiary concern of the American Company in In the lower provinces a move for telegraphic facilities were made almost concurrent with those of Western Canada.
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