(1/1) Samuel Morse helped spark a revolution in communications. Mark the statement if it describes one of Morse's contributions.
He developed the semaphore system, thereby revolutionizing communications.
He invented the electric telegraph that transmitted information instantaneously.
He devised a code of dots and dashes for sending messages over the wire.
The first telegraph line ran from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to New York City.
Telegraph wires spread across the continent by following railroad tracks west.
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Mark the statement if it describes typical living conditions for industrial workers
Row houses and tenements were terribly overcrowded.
Even though working conditions were difficult for factory workers, most of them could afford comfortable living conditions.
Because of the demand for workers, there were few unemployed or homeless people.
Poor sanitation and polluted water spread diseases like typhus, cholera, and smallpox.
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