Definition of Samuel finley breese morse

1. Noun. United States portrait painter who patented the telegraph and developed the Morse code (1791-1872).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Samuel Finley Breese Morse

Samoyed
Samoyede
Samoyedes
Samoyedic
Samoyedic-speaking
Sampson
Sams
Samson
Samter's syndrome
Samuel
Samuel Adams
Samuel Barber
Samuel Beckett
Samuel Dashiell Hammett
Samuel F. B. Morse
Samuel Finley Breese Morse
Samuel Goldwyn
Samuel Gompers
Samuel Houston
Samuel Huntington
Samuel Jackson Snead
Samuel Johnson
Samuel Langhorne Clemens
Samuel Morse
Samuel Pepys
Samuel Pierpoint Langley
Samuel Rawson Gardiner
Samuel Rosenstock
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Wiesenthal

Literary usage of Samuel finley breese morse

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1. Pioneers of Science in America: Sketches of Their Lives and Scientific Work by William Jay Youmans (1896)
"samuel finley breese morse was born at the foot of Breed's Hill, in Charlestown, Mass., now a part of Boston, April 47, 1791. ..."

2. The Book of the Yale Pageant, 21 October 1916: In Commemoration of the Two by George Henry Nettleton, Yale university (1916)
"THE TELEGRAPH (samuel finley breese morse, Class of 1810) By EDWARD L. MORSE story of the invention of the Telegraph by Samuel FB Morse is too well-known to ..."

3. The Story of the Hall of Fame, Including the Lives and Portraits of the by Louis Albert Banks (1902)
"samuel finley breese morse "I am persuaded that whatever facilitates intercourse ... THE inventor of the electric telegraph, samuel finley breese morse, ..."

4. American Leaders and Heroes: A Preliminary Text-book in United States History by Wilbur Fisk Gordy (1901)
"The inventor of this wonderful mechanism was samuel finley breese morse. He was born, in 1791, in a house standing at the foot of Breed's Hill, Charlestown, ..."

5. American History Told by Contemporaries by Albert Bushnell Hart, John Gould Curtis (1901)
"First Telegraph Line (1844) BY samuel finley breese morse (l866) Morse, the inventor of the electro-magnetic telegraph in America, was the son of Jedidiah ..."

6. Pioneers of Science in America: Sketches of Their Lives and Scientific Work by William Jay Youmans (1896)
"samuel finley breese morse was born at the foot of Breed's Hill, in Charlestown, Mass., now a part of Boston, April 47, 1791. ..."

7. The Book of the Yale Pageant, 21 October 1916: In Commemoration of the Two by George Henry Nettleton, Yale university (1916)
"THE TELEGRAPH (samuel finley breese morse, Class of 1810) By EDWARD L. MORSE story of the invention of the Telegraph by Samuel FB Morse is too well-known to ..."

8. The Story of the Hall of Fame, Including the Lives and Portraits of the by Louis Albert Banks (1902)
"samuel finley breese morse "I am persuaded that whatever facilitates intercourse ... THE inventor of the electric telegraph, samuel finley breese morse, ..."

9. American Leaders and Heroes: A Preliminary Text-book in United States History by Wilbur Fisk Gordy (1901)
"The inventor of this wonderful mechanism was samuel finley breese morse. He was born, in 1791, in a house standing at the foot of Breed's Hill, Charlestown, ..."

10. American History Told by Contemporaries by Albert Bushnell Hart, John Gould Curtis (1901)
"First Telegraph Line (1844) BY samuel finley breese morse (l866) Morse, the inventor of the electro-magnetic telegraph in America, was the son of Jedidiah ..."

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