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What was one important effect of the development of the telegraph? (3 points) It made long-distance mail delivery more efficient. It allowed people to talk over great distances. It increased the speed that news traveled across the United States. It increased competition for Bell's telephone company.

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I believe it's A) It made long-distance mail delivery more efficient. The electric telegraph was an important invention and scientific leap for early communication development. It helped to revolutionize long-distance communication in the 1800’s. The electric telegraph was useful throughout wars and during battle, but was also used in news and recreational areas. It was also faster than most previous means of transmission. The electric telegraph was crucial for our development in the areas of communication.
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