The Telegraph Featured in ‘Bites and Bits’ April 19
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Mahoning Valley Historical Society’s next Bites and Bits of History lunch program will discuss one of the most important technological marvels in history – the telegraph.
Bruce Manning, retired McKean County, Pa., EMA director and amateur extra class license radio operator, will speak about early technology and how the telegraph and radio changed the way we communicate. Explore its inception, use, and impact on the way we share news and information over long distances and its transition into wireless technology – the radio.
The program is at noon on April 19 at the Tyler History Center, 325 W. Federal St. in downtown Youngstown.
Bring your own lunch, or visit Overture for their $6 Bites and Bits lunch special. Call Overture at 330 744 9900 to place an order. Coffee, pop, and water are available for purchase at the History Center.
For more information contact the Historical Society at 330 743 2589 or visit MahoningHistory.org.
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