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1800 - Louisiana Purchase. U.S. buys Napoleon's Domains
1803 - Napoleon Bonaparte, U.S. Domain. offers to sell to the U.S. Louisiana Purchasefor $15 million
1808 - Born: Antonio Meucci (1808-1896) on April 13. Italian inventor of the "Telectrophone." Bell changed the name to the "Speech Machine"
1818 - The Jackson Purchase is a region in the state of Kentucky bounded by the Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee Rivers.
1844 - Samuel F. B. Morse sends his first public message of any distance by Telegraph
1830 - (Capt. Billy) - Born William Jefferson Stubblefield 1830-1874. Father of Nathan B. Stubblefield
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1831 - Born: James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), mathematical physicist, in Edingburgh Scottland. (Equations and Ether Theory).
1838 - K.A. Steinheil of Munich shows that one of two wires used in overland telegraphy could be dispensed with by using an earth ground
1847 - Born: Alexander Graham Bell, (1847-1922, on March 3, in Edinburgh. Scottish-born American inventor of the telephone.
1849 - Born: John Ambrose Fleming (1849-1945), in Lancaster, England
1851 - Education. Murray, Kentucky. Entrance of education into Murray was April 1851 and was known as the Calloway County Male and Female Institute and Company
1856 - W. J. Stubblefield formed law partnership with A. P. Thompson
1856 - Born: Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) in Smiljan, Croatia
1857 - Born: Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894, in Hamburg, Germany

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1800 - Louisiana Purchase. U.S. buys Napoleon's Domains
1800 - By the secret Treaty of San Ildefonso (1800) the French regains Louisiana Territory. Napoleon envisioned a great French empire in the New World, and he hoped to use the Mississippi Valley as a food and trade center to supply the island of Hispaniola, which was to be the heart of this empire. Without Hispaniol, he had little use for Louisiana. Facing renewed war with Great Britain, he could not spare troops to defend the territory; he needed funds, moreover, to support his military ventures in Europe.
1801 - Thomas Jefferson: Third U.S. President, 1801-1809. (b. April 13, 1743 in Albemarle County, Virginia, d. July 4, 1826 in Monticello in Virginia). Married to Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson.
1803 - Born: Justus Von Liebig, (1803-1873), in Darmstadt, Germany. German chemist who made major contribution to agricultural and biological chemistry. Worked on the organization of organic chemistry. Liebig became one of Nathan Stubblefield's hero. Nathan, like his father, considered the soil around the farm, was nothing more or less than a static storage bin for plant nutrients and the EMW energy collected by lightning rods to keep the home fires burning, and Liebig confirmed it.
1803 02 - Thomas Jefferson pushed through the Louisiana Purchase, even though such an action was nowhere expressly authorized. His eager interest in the West and in exploration had already led him to plan and organize the Lewis and Clark expedition. He held that West Florida was included in the Louisiana Purchase.

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1803 0401 - Napoleon Bonaparte, offers to sell to the U.S. Louisiana Purchase territory to the United States for $15 million, he became the Empereur of France. The land deal caused many great cultural links to occur between both France and in the U.S. If the amount paid were adjusted for today's dollars worth, $15 million would equal approximately $390 billion.
•• $11,250,000 was to be paid directly, with the balance to be covered by the assumption by the United States of French debts to American citizens.
••• Louisiana Purchase formally transferred from France to U.S. in a Treaty between the United States and the French Republic. Robert Livingston and James Monroe signed the Louisiana Purchase Treaty in Paris on April 30, 1803. (Formal treaty of cession, a convention for payment of 60 million francs ($11,250,000) and a second convention for claims of 20 million francs ($3,750,000) made by American citizens against France.) FOR MORE STORY.
1803-1130 - The Span relinquished its rights to the Territory to France. Spain who had never given up physical possession of Louisiana to the French, did so in a ceremony at New Orleans on Nov. 30, 1803.
1803-1220 - Napoleon Bonaparte, deeds the In a second ceremony, on Dec. 20, 1803, the French turned Louisiana over to the United States.
1808 - Born: Antonio Meucci (1808-1896) on April 13. Italian inventor of the "Telectrophone." Bell changed the name to the "Speech Machine," when applying for his patent. So, according to an Italian postage stamp, it claims that Meucci not Bell - invented the telephone. Meucci patented his invention in 1871. The postage stamp was released in Italy to commemorate the Italian who was officially credited with the invention of the telephone, Antonio Meucci. Meucci invented the telectrophone for communicating with his bedridden wife from his workshop. "He died a pauper".
1809 - Born: Abraham Lincoln (1909-1865), on February 12, in Hodgenville, Hardin County, Kentucky.
1809 - James Madison: Fourth U.S. President, 1809-1817. (b. March 16, 1751 in Port Conway, King George, Virginia, d. June 28, 1836 in Montpelier in Virginia). Married to Dolley Payne Todd Madison.
1812 - Uncle Sam:It is the nickname used for a cartoon character that symbols the United States. It was first used in the War of 1812. Congress passed a resolution which recognized Uncle Sam as a national symbol in 1961.
1817 - James Monroe: Fifth U.S. President, 1817-1825. (b. April 28th, 1758 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, d. July 4, 1831 in New York, New York). Married to Elizabeth Kortright Monroe.
1818 - The Jackson Purchase is a region in the state of Kentucky bounded by the Mississippi, Ohio, and Tennessee Rivers. Kentuckians generally call this region simply the Purchase. It became under U.S. control in a purchase treaty by Andrew Jackson and the Chickasaw Indian Nation. In return for the relinquishments of all lands east of the Mississippi River and north of the Mississippi state line, the Chickasaws received $300,000 at the rate of $20,000 annually for fifteen years. The states of Kentucky and Tennessee, were enlarged by approximately 2,000 and 6,000 square miles respectively.
1819 - Danish physicist Hans Christian Orsted discovers that a wire carrying an electric current creates a field that deflects a magnetic needle, a discovery that would eventually lead to the creation of the telegraph.
1821-05 - Died: Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821 ), May 5, on the island of Saint Helena (2,800 km off the Bight of Guinea in the South Atlantic Ocean). After being forcefully deported, to St. Helena by England from France (1815-1821).
1822 - Calloway County formed, 395 square miles.
1825 - John Quincy Adams: Sixth U.S. President, 1825-1829. (b. July 11, 1767 in Braintree, Massachusetts, d. February 23, 1848, after collapsing on the floor of the House two days earlier. Married to Louisa Catherine Johnson Adams.
1827- Ohm's law. An application to raise the voltage to push a small amount of currrent through a thin wire to a high resistance filament. It was an application of the law propounded by the German physicist George Ohm, but was still imperfectly understood at the time.
1829 - Andrew Jackson: Seventh U.S. President, 1829-1837. (b. March 15, 1767 in Waxhaw, South Carolina, d. June 8, 1845 at the Hermitage near Nashville, Tennessee). Married to Rachel Donelson Jackson.

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1830s - Born William Jefferson Stubblefield (Capt. Billy) 1830-1874. Father of Nathan B. Stubblefield. Capt. Billy was born August 4th 1830, in Reckoning County, N.C. Remained there until 1835, when family moved to Calloway County, Kentucky and settled in Concord. He was raised in a strict Southern Baptist environment. He was a Captain in the army for the South during the Civil War (1861 to 1864), a lawyer and landowner, an educator, respected Mason and one of the founders of the Murray Male and Female Institute, Teleph-on-delgreen, later to become Murray State University. Capt. Billy willed a considerable large estate to his four sons, Walter, Nathan Beverly, James Franklin and William Victor. First Wife: Victoria Francis Bowman. Her father, Nathan Bowman was raised in Delaware and his wife was Polly Holly Williams of Maryland. Victoria Francis Bowman's grandfather was Walker Bowman of Philadelphia. They had four children (boys). Victoria Bowman died in 1869 at age 32 of Scarlet Fever. Buried in Bowman cemetery, founded by her father. SONS OF CAPT. BILLY STUBBLEFIELD AND VICTORIA BOWMAN: Walter W. (married Virgie Hale, had 4 children; Terrel, Harry, Alfred (died at age 14), and Nat). Nathan Beverly was 14 years old when his father died; he married Ada Mae Buchanan. James Franklin (married Ella Marks of Seattle Washington, one son, Howard Stubblefield). William Victor (Born 1865, died in 1892, at the age of 27). Second Wife, Clarissa (Clara Jones) Stubblefield, married Capt. Billy in 1873. One daughter, Alene, born Jan. 7. 1874 (6 mos before the death of her father, Capt. Billy). FOR MORE STORY. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1831 - Born: James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879), mathematical physicist, in Edingburgh Scottland. (Equations and Ether Theory).
1831 - Michael Faraday (1791-1867) discovers electromagnetic induction - the action of induced electrical current in a wire crossing lines of magnetic force.
1834 - 1834 - Born: Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (1834 -1904) in Colmar, Alsace. France as Amilcar Hasenfratz. to the family of German Protestant origin. He was a French sculptor and studied architecture in Paris as well as painting. Bartholdi would go on to become one of the most celebrated of the 19th century sculptors, famous both in Europe and in North America. Designed the Statue of Liberty. See 1866.
1835s - Stubblefields move to Murray, Calloway County, Kentucky, from North Carolina. Beverly and Rebecca Stubblefield and 4 children William, Alfonso, Lou Ellen, and Eliza Ann.
1835 - Born: Andrew Carnegie in Dunfermline, Scotland, to Margaret and Will Carnegie. Will Carnegie is a skilled weaver, and the Carnegies are one of the many working-class families in Dunfermline. A younger son, Tom, is born in 1843.
1837 - Born: John Pierpont J.P. Morgan, an American financier and banker (1837-1913). He was born on April 17, 1837 in Hartford, Connecticut to Junius Spencer J.P. Morgan (1813-1890); and Juliet Pierpont (1816-1884) of Boston, Massachusetts. Junius was a partner of George Peabody and the founder of the house of J. S. J.P. Morgan & Co. in London. John J.P. Morgan was educated at the English High School of Boston and at the University of Göttingen. He was a prominent member of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and at the turn of the century (1901), was one of the wealthiest men in America.
1837 - Martin Van Buren: Eighth U.S. President, 1837-1841. (b. December 5, 1782 in Columbia, New York, d. July 24, 1862 in New York). Married to Hannah Hoes Van Buren.
1837do - Born: Amos Emerson Dolbear, American inventor (1837-1910), on November 10. Invented the first telephone receiver with a permanent magnet in 1865, 11 years before Alexander Graham Bell patented his model.
1838 - K.A. Steinheil of Munich shows that one of two wires used in overland telegraphy could be dispensed with by using an earth ground. He looked forward to a time that the second wire could also be eliminated, and 'wireless' telegraphy could be used.
1839 - Born: John Davison Rockefeller on July 8, in Richford, Upstate New York, to William Avery ("Bill") Rockefeller, a travelling peddler of novelties and "cures," and Eliza Davison Rockefeller, a devout Baptist.
1839 - John Davison Rockefeller, Sr. (1839-1937) was an American industrialist who played a prominent role in the early oil industry with the founding of Standard Oil (ExxonMobil is the largest of its descendants). Over a forty-year period, Rockefeller built Standard Oil into the largest and most profitable company in the world, and was for a time the richest man in the world. His business career was controversial. He was bitterly attacked by muckraking journalists; his company was convicted in federal court of monopolistic practices and broken up in 1911. He spent his last forty years focused on philanthropic pursuits, primarily related to education and public health, eventually giving away most of his wealth. He was a devout Northern Baptist and supported many church activities throughout his life
1839 - Born: Richard Rockefeller in Richford, New York, second of six children to William Avery Rockefeller (November 13, 1810 - May 11, 1906) and Eliza Davison (September 12, 1813 - March 28, 1889). Genealogists trace his line back to Germany in the 1600s; William was a traveling salesman of dubious products, such as "cancer cures," a philanderer and bigamist. As he was frequently gone for extended periods, Eliza struggled to maintain a semblance of stability at home. Young Rockefeller's contemporaries described him as articulate, methodical, and discreet (Chernow 1998).
1839 - When he was a boy, his family moved to western New York from Richford to Moravia and, in 1851, to Owego, where he attended Owego Academy. In 1853, his family bought a house in Strongsville, OH, a town close to Cleveland, Ohio. At fifteen, John entered Central High School in Cleveland. He and his brother, William, lived in a house near their school. John joined the Erie Street Baptist Church, which later became the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church, where he became a deacon at the age of nineteen and a trustee at the age of 21. He left high school, in 1855, to take a business course at Folsom Mercantile College, completing the six-month course in three months.
1841 - William Henry Harrison: Ninth U.S. President, 1841. (b. February 9, 1773 in Charles City County, Virginia, d. April 4, 1841). He died in Washington D.C. of pneumonia a month after taking office. He was the first president to die in office. Married to Anna Tuthill Symmes Harrison.
1841 - John Tyler: Tenth U.S. President, 1841-1845. (b. March 29, 1790 in Charles City County, Virginia, d. January 18, 1862 in Richmond, Virginia. Married to Letitia Christian Tyler and to Julia Gardiner Tyler.
1842 - Joseph Henry (1797-1878), calls attention to oscillatory discharges of a Leyden Jar, or condenser.
1842 - Thomas A. Jones served in the House of Representatives. T. M. Jones, also County Judge.
1844 - Mormons in Kentucky. Rigdon, for a short period of time, resided in Calloway County.
1844 - On 24 May 1844, Samuel F. B. Morse sends his first public message of any distance by Telegraph - about 40 - miles, between Washington and Baltimore. The message -"What hath God wrought!" The wired Telegraph and Morse Code are the first long distance, instant communication system the world has known, and through that simple act, ushered in the telecommunication age. Barely ten years later, telegraphy was available as a service to the general public. In those days, however, telegraph lines did not cross national borders. Because each country used a different system, messages had to be transcribed, translated and handed over at frontiers, then re-transmitted over the telegraph network of the neighbouring country.
1845 - James K. Polk: Eleventh U.S. President, 1845-1849. (b. November 2, 1795 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina , d. June 15, 1849 in Nashville, Tennessee). Married to Sarah Childress Polk.
1845 - Mormons agreed to leave the state of Kentucky.
1846 - Faraday suggests that light and electricity may be different manifestations of the same force.
1846 - Mexican War (1846-1848).
1846s • After being tutored in logic and composition, chemistry, the Latin and Greek languages, the simple Rule of Three in Pikes arithmetic and other subjects,W. J. Stubblefield's father Beverly Stubblefield sent Capt. Billy to the County town Murray to board with his cousin Lou Shelly for a year of further study, before W. J. went on to stay in Conersville, Tennessee for nine months with his uncle Robert Stubblefield who had a tobacco farm. It was there that he learned with lightening rods.
1847 - Born: Alexander Graham Bell, (1847-1922, on March 3, in Edinburgh. Scottish-born American inventor of the telephone. Emigrated to Candada with his family in 1870. First demonstration of electrical transmission of speech by his apparartus took place in 1876. He also invented the audiometer, an early hearing aid and improved the phonograph.
1847 - Born: Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931), on February 11, in Milan, Ohio. He was an American inventor. His family was of Duch origin. Invented the microphon in 1877; the ponograph in 1878; and an incandescent light 1879.
1847 - Steam-powered looms are introduced in Scotland and hundreds of handloom workers are unemployed, including Andrew's father, Will.
1848 - The Carnegies emigrate to U.S. aboard the S.V. Wiscasset.
1848 - The Carnegies settle in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Andrew begins work as a bobbin boy in a textile mill, earning $1.20 per week. He later takes a job in a factory tending the steam engine and boiler, for $2.00 per week. He impresses his supervisor with his penmanship and is offered the chance to work as a clerk for the factory.
1848 - P. M. Rowlett established a tobacco factory in Concord, Ky. producing to brand names "48" and "Old Dominion of Virginia. It became one of the most important industries in the county after the site of the operation was moved to Murray in 1903.
1849 - Zachary Taylor: Twelfth U.S. President, 1849-1850. (b. November 24, 1784 in Orange County, Virginia, d. July 9, 1850 in Washington D.C. while in office. He got sick after eating cherries and milk at a July 4 celebration. He was the second president to die in office. Married to Margaret Mackall Smith Taylor.
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1849af - Born: John Ambrose Fleming (1849-1945), in Lancaster, England, born on November 29th, the eldest of seven children to James, a congregational minister and Mary Anne Fleming. The family moved to North London where he spent most of his early life. He was educated mainly at University College School on Gower Street in the West End of London where he matriculated at the age of sixteen. He had to take up a daytime job to finance himself. He was Marconi's chief research developer. (Oscillation Diode Tube, "The Fleming Valve").
1849 - Andrew Carnegie works as a messenger boy in a telegraph office, earning $2.50 per week. Because he memorizes street names and the names of people to whom he takes messages, he is able to save time when he meets a recipient of a message on the street. Soon after, he is promoted to the position of telegraph operator and begins making $20 per month.
1849 - Following allegations of rape, Bill Rockefeller moves his family to Owego, New York, close to the Pennsylvania border. --
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1850 - Millard Fillmore: Thirteenth U.S. President, 1850-1853. (b. January 7, 1800 in Cayuga County, New York, d. March 8, 1874 . Married to Abigail Powers Fillmore.
1850s -1851 - William Jefferson Stubblefield (Capt. Billy) (1830-1874) worked at his father's saw mill and embarked in trading tobacco but had so many agues that he was oblighed to quit.
1851s - Education. Murray, Kentucky. Entrance of education into Murray was April 1851 and was known as the Calloway County Male and Female Institute and Company, later called the Seminary. The ground for the Institute was purchased from John Sledd through his executors, L. C. Thompson and T. H. Beckham. The old school was neither a state, county, nor city school, but was built by donations from the people, being more or less a private institution. The school shut down in 1860 and was not reopened until after the close of the Civil War. The school was purchased and reopened by In 1871, by W. J. Stubblefield (Capt. Billy), Nathan B. Stubblefield's father. Judge Jones, the father of Clarissa Jones, headed the group. Between 1865 and 1871, the school was maintained by various individuals some of whom were: Mr. Cutchin and Eliza Jones on Wadesbory Hill. Miss Jones had formerly taught a private school, before the war. "The Story of Calloway County," Published by Kerby and Dorothy Jennings.
1851s - Murray, Kentuckyt. Nathaniel Bowman ( Father of Capt. Billy's first wife, Victoria) was Circuit Court Clerk.
1852s - 1852-1853, W. J. Stubblefield taught a five months session of school. Teaching renewed his former desires for litearature and with them his aspiration to study law which he was determined to do.
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1853 - Franklin Pierce: Fourtheenth U.S. President, 1853-1857. (b. November 23, 1804 in Hillsboro, New Hampshire, d. October 8, 1869 in Concord, New Hampshire. Married to Jane Means Appleton Pierce.
1853s - W. J. Stubblefield (Capt. Billy) attended law school in Louisville, Kentucky.
1853 - Andrew Carnegie becomes the personal telegrapher and assistant to Thomas Scott, the superintendent of the Pennsylvania Railroad's western division. He is paid $35 per month. He learns the ins and outs of the railroad industry, and makes innovative suggestions like keeping the telegraph office open 24 hours per day, and burning railroad cars following accidents, which clears the tracks and gets the trains quickly moving again.
1855s - W. J. Stubblefield receives Law License Feb. 2.
1855 - Although Andrew Carnegie is becoming successful in America, Will Carnegie had not been able to find work as a weaver. He had tried to produce his own cloth, traveling as far as Cincinnati to peddle it, but could find very few buyers. When he dies, Andrew is 20 years old and the only breadwinner in the family.
1855 - Bill Rockefeller marries Margaret Allen, a woman 25 years his junior, beginning a secret life as a bigamist. Under pressure from his father, John D. Rockefeller drops out of high school two months shy of commencement. He enters a professional school, where he studies double-entry bookkeeping, penmanship, banking, and commercial law.
1855 - Rockefeller starts keeping careful accounts of his finances in Ledger A, where he meticulously notes every receipt, expenditure and charitable donation.
1855 - September 26: At 16, Rockefeller gets his first job, working for Hewitt & Tuttle, commission merchants and produce shippers. He would celebrate "job day" the rest of his life.
1855 - Will Carnegie dies at age 51.
1856 - Andrew Carnegie invests in sleeping cars. He takes out a loan from a local bank and invests $217.50 in the Woodruff Sleeping Car Company. After about two years, he begins receiving a return of about $5000 annually, more than three times his salary from the railroad.
1856s - W. J. Stubblefield formed law partnership with A. P. Thompson on August 9th.
1856s - W. J. Stubblefield practiced in Benton.
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1856t - Born: Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) in Smiljan, Croatia, province of Lika, then part of the Austro-Hungarian military frontier, on July 10 (in the Gregorian calendar), June 28 (Julian calendar; to Milutin Tesla, a priest of the Orthodox Church, and his wife Djuka and was christened by the Serb orthodox priest, Toma Oklobdija. He was a Serbian of Valachian descent. (AC Hi-Frequency Generator; Remote Radio Signal).
1857 - Born: Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894, in Hamburg, Germany.
1857 - James Buchanan: Fifteenth U.S. President, 1857-1861. (b. April 23, 1791 in Cove Gap near Mercersburg, Pennslyvania, d. June 1, 1868 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania). Never married, was Harriet Lane's uncle, and great-grand uncle of Ada Mae Buchanan-Stubblefield, wife of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield.
1858-1866 - Transatlantic cable. Allowed direct instantaneous communication across the Atlantic. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Today, cables connect all continents and are still a main hub of telecommunications.
1858 08 - The first transatlantic cable is installed between Ireland and Canada. Unfortunately the signal was so weak and indistinguishable from background noise that it took hours to send a few words. The owners tried to fix the situation by boosting the voltage from 600 to 2000 volts, melting the cable's insulation and leaving it dead in the water. Later cables installed in 1866 were successful and remained in use for almost 100 years.
1859 - Edwin Drake strikes oil in Titusville, Pennsylvania, instigating an "Oil Rush" to the region.
1859 - Carnegie becomes the superintendent of the Pennsylvania Railroad's western division. He is now in charge of his own department and earns a salary of $1500 per year. He and his mother move to the upscale suburb of Homewood.

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