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1880 - Nathan Stubblefield finishes his law studies
1881 - Radium Pitchplende Soils. Stubblefield was mixing his WiFi hot spots with the three radio active Pitchblende metals first discovered by the German chemist Martin Klaproth in 1789
1881 - Marriage: Nathan B. Stubblefield and Ada Mae Buchanan, on Dec. 29. 1881. Nathan was 21-years-old, Ada Mae was 17
1882 - Stubblefield's first EMW wireless public demonstration took place
1883 - PATENT: Edison patents the Fuse
1883 - Tesla builds his AC generator/motor, the World's first in 1883
1884 - Tesla sails for New York
1885 - American Telephone & Telegraph Co. (AT&T) founded
1885 - PATENT GRANTED: Stubblefield's U.S. Coal-Oil-Lamp Lighter, (Carrie Lamp Lighter) "Ligthing Device"
1885 - NBS. Stubblefield Companies formed from 1985-1813; The Wireless Telephone Company of America
1886 - Nine years before his contemporaries, Marconi, Tesla and Fessenden mastered sending Dit Dahs (the Morse Code), Nathan Stubblefield was the patent holder and owner of his own telephone company franchise

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1886 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 335,787 Electric-Arc Lamp
1887 - PATENT - Tesla's U. S. Patent 359,748 Dynamo-Electric Machine
1887 - German physicist Heinrich Hertz first discovers Radio Waves
1887 - PATENT FILED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent No. 378,183, Mechanical Telephone
1888 - Stubblefield Telephone Manufacturing Co.
1888 - PATENT EXPIRED: Antonio Meucci's Telectrophone patent ( filed in 1871). Meucci was an Italian inventor. Invented the "Telectrophone."
1888 - PATENT GRANTED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent No. 378,183, Mechanical Telephone
1889 - Laryngophone: Nathan B. Stubblefield develops what was to have been an improvement on his mechanical telephone.
1889 - PATENT EXPIRED: The earliest patent for telegraphy (Morse Code) without wires (wireless)
1889 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 405,858 Electro-Magnetic Motor
1889 - The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones & Company's "Customers' Afternoon Letter" becomes The Wall Street Journal

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1880 - The period of 1880-1896 could be the starting point for the 100th anniversary of the Communication Act of 1996. It could also be analogized to the Dot Com era that commenced when Congress open the door in 1996 to the Internet. The marketing and selling of his wireless telephone stock certificates along with other companies ran rapid, that created the big bust of 1911.
1880s - Nathan Stubblefield finishes his law studies. In the final year of his law apprenticeship, 1880, it was Gov. Holt that helped Nathan set himself to become part of the Family Trust and business life in Murray, and introduced him to the pretty great-grand-niece of James Buchanan, Ada Mae Buchanan. They fell in love, he was 20 and she was sixteen.
1880s - Nathan Stubblefield. As for natural soil science, Justus von Liebig (1803-1873) became his 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 von Liebig confirmed it.
1880s - Nathan Stubblefield. During the courtship of Ada, it was easy for Nathan to energize the world around him, remixing his watermelon hot spots patches, with energy related earth loadstones, cave crystals, Calcite and Travertine minerals, salt, and iron ore particles.
1880t - Tesla completes his education at the University of Prague.
1880t - Tesla found his first job after graduation, working as an assistant engineer in a technical firm in Maribor. - Tesla found to his delight that he could create things in his mind, picturing them as the finished product without models, drawings or experiments. In his minds eye, he invented such things as a low friction finless waterwheel and a motor driven by June bugs.
1881 - James A. Garfield: Twentieth U.S. President, 1881-1881. (b. November 19, 1831, in Orange, Ohio, d. September 19, 1881, in Elbberon, New Jersey after being shot July 2 in Washington D.C.).
1881 - Chester A. Arthur: Twenty-First U.S. President, 1881-1885. (b. October 5, 1829, in Fairfield, Vermont, d. Nov. 18, 1886, in New York).
1881s - By 1881, Stubblefield was mixing his WiFi hot spots with the three radio active Pitchblende metals first discovered by the German chemist Martin Klaproth in 1789. Tobacco, watermelons and potato plants were of particular value to him when applied within the framework of his acquired induction coil knowledge he had picked up during the Dolbear lectures, and from his science engineering magazines. - See Radium or Pitchblende FOR MORE ANTENNA STORY. http://www.ilovephilosophy.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?p=1637003&sid=35cbee65249a94c662391f863cdc5e64 / MORE STORY - LOST SCIENCE http://www.hbci.com/~wenonah/history/nathan-s.htm
1881 - Marriage: Nathan B. Stubblefield and Ada Mae Buchanan, on Dec. 29. 1881. Nathan was 21-years-old, Ada Mae was 17.
1881s - Nathan Stubblefield, after marriage to Ada, late in December 1881,t hey were ready for their first public wireless demonstration. Thanks to his compass, and the soil mixture.
1881t - Tesla moved to Budapest working as an engineer with the Central Telegraph Office. His ability to imitate anything and everything was so keenly tuned in to telegraphy, that a word, thought or drawing relating to the operations of telegraphy would become a living image that he could feel, see . . . Then patent, if he had the chance. Invents a device for telephone sound amplification.
1881 - "Atlantic Monthly" publishes "Story of a Great Monopoly," by Henry Demarest Lloyd. The article's critical view of Standard Oil strikes a chord with readers. Lloyd's book-length study of Standard Oil, "Wealth against Commonwealth," appears in 1894.
1881 - Carnegie, who has been one of Frick's largest coke customers, proposes a merger with Frick. At first Carnegie's interest totaled only about 11% of the stock, but he soon increases his share to over 50% of the company.
1882 - Dow Jones Newswires is founded. Charles Dow, Edward Jones, and Charles Bergstresser
1882 - Dow, Jones & Company (as it was called in the beginning) is founded by Charles Henry Dow, Edward Davis Jones and Charles Milford Bergstresser in a small basement office at 15 Wall Street in New York. The Company starts producing daily hand-written news bulletins called "flimsies" delivered by messenger to subscribers in the Wall Street area.
1882 - Standard Oil builds up its distribution system, streamlining the delivery and sale of oil and underselling its adversaries. -- 1883 -- The Rockefellers move to New York and build a mansion at 4 West 54th Street.
1882 - Standard Oil trust is formed. Rockefeller creates a highly centralized structure with enormous power but murky legal existence.
1882 - The American Bell Telephone Company acquires a majority interest in the Western Electric Company, securing a supplier for telephone equipment.
1882s 01 - Stubblefield's first EMW wireless public demonstration took place. He demonstrated his ability to move a compass needle with his EMW signaling device. It was just one year earlier that Dolbear came on the Wireless Telegraph scene, as a professor at Kentucky University.
1882 03 - Edison develops the first central electric light power station.
1882do - It was just one year after that Dolbear came on the Wireless Telegraph scene, as a professor at Bethany College.
1882do - Professor Amos E. Dolbear was able to send signals over a distance of a quarter of a mile without wires. Note that Prof. Amos Dolbear preceded Hertz and Marconi.
1882s 01 - Nathan B. Stubblefield demonstrates his ability to send a EMW signal across the Murray Courthouse Square without wires. Note: Nathan's wireless signal moved the needle of a compass from north to south, the area where Nathan was standing with his transmitter. The 1882 Court House Square wireless signal display kicked off a scientific development career with his new bride that spanned almost three decades. (10 years later, in 1892, Nathan Stubblefield had his first public wireless telephone™ demonstration.)
1882t - In February, in Budapest, Tesla discovers a rotating magnetic field and the multiphase currents producing it.
1882t - Tesla moves to Paris and takes up a job with Continental Edison Company. He attracts attention with his improvements of Edison's dynamo-electric machines and his making of a voltage regulator.
1883 - PATENT: Edison patents the Fuse.
1883 - The Edison Effect is discovered while Thomas Edison was trying to find a way to keep the inside of his electric lights free of soot. He actually placed a metal plate inside the bulb and connected a wire to it creating a diode! Unfortunately, he did not realize the implications - or did not take time to pursue them because of other interests at the time.
1883 - Thomas A. Edison returned to Louisville in 1883 for opening of Southern Exposition, where 4600 of his lights were on display. He lived in Louisville, Kentucky, 1866-1867.
1883s 00 - Nathan Stubblefield soil coil mixtures. By 1890 Stubblefield was mixing his WiFi hot spots with the three radio active Pitchblende metals first discovered by the German chemist Martin Klaproth in 1789. Tobacco, watermelons and potato plants were of particular value to him when applied within the framework of his acquired induction coil knowledge he had picked up during the Dolbear lectures, and from his science engineering magazines.
1883 - Carnegie buys the Homestead Works, a rival mill.
1883s 1001 - Born: Frederic Stubblefield (1884-1884), on Oct. 1, in Murray, Kentucky.
1883t - In Strassburg, Tesla constructs his first model of the induction motor.
1883t - Tesla builds his AC generator/motor, the World's first in 1883. He was then 27 years old.
1883t - It is interesting to note that in all the books referenced at the end, Tesla is credited with inventing the AC alternator/motor and the polyphase system in 1883, but at the same time in England, Sebastian de Ferranti was inventing an alternator with a zig-zag armature. By 1889 Ferranti was building his major Deptford power station with 3 phase alternators and cables designed by him.
1883t -1884 - On an assignment by Continental Edison Company, Tesla goes to Strassburg to help with the running-in of a new electric power plant, damaged in a trial run.
1883 - Dow Jones starts producing the "Customers' Afternoon Letter." It contained a frequent leading item titled, "Morning Gossip."
1884 - Dow Jones Indexes is founded.
1884 - The Dow Jones Averages, was the creation of Charles Dow, appears for the first time in the "Customers' Afternoon Letter." At the time, it contained 11 stocks: nine railroads and two industrials. It was the precursor to the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which was launched in 1896.
1884s - Stubblefield discovered there were several methods by which articulate speech could be transmitted between two given points without connecting wires, or wireless telephony, as it is was popularly termed at the time.Among the methods Stubblefield used in his operating device in 1882 were: • electromagnetic induction; • electric earth conduction, -- and • EMW broadcasts using aerials -- grounded to his Ground Batteries, and perhaps a few other methods.
1884s 0409 - Died: Frederic Stubblefield (1884-1884), on April 9, (Died 6-mos-old).
1884t - Tesla sails for New York.
1884t -1885 - Upon his arrival in the United States, Tesla becomes Edison's associate, offering him his diligence and abilities. However, he fails to get Edison interested in his induction motor and other inventions in the field of polyphase alternating currents so that, after only a year, these two great men part company, and after Edison refused to give him his promised sum.
1885do - Dolbear publishes "Sound and its Phenomena" (1885). and also worked on converting sound waves into electrical impulses.
1885 - American Telephone & Telegraph Company founded. FOR MORE STORY.
1885 - The American Telephone and Telegraph Company is formed as a subsidiary of then-parent American Bell Telephone Company, with a charter to build and operate the original long distance network. By the end of the year, AT&T completes its first line, between New York and Philadelphia. The initial capacity of the line was one call.
1885 - Edouard Branly begins his work investigating the transmission of nerve impulses. His research over the next several years will result in what will later be called the 'coherer' - a device for detecting 'Hertzian waves.'
1885 - Grover Cleveland: Twenty-Second U.S. President, 1885-1889. Twenty-Fourth President, 1893-1897. (b. March 18, 1837 in Caldwell, New Jersey, d. June 24, 1908 in his home in Princeton, New Jersey).
1885af - Sir John Ambrose Fleming was the first head of England's first University Department of Electrical Technology (a few years later to be called Electrical Engineering), formed at UCL Fleming was the founder of the Electrical Engineering Department at UCL, becoming the first Professor of Electrical Technology . This was the beginning of a long association as he held the chair at UCL for 41 years.
1885do - Dolbear, Amos E. published, "Sound and its Phenomena" (1885).
1885r - Fessenden at 14, was granted a mathematics mastership to Bishop's College in Lennoxville, Quebec.
1885s - In 1885, Stubblefield reportedly succeeded in sending voice between two soil-coil grounded hotspots. Witness: Duncan Holt. (LOCHTE states, that the Wireless Telephone Demonstration - 200 yards from house was witnessed by Duncan Holt.)
1885s - NBS. Duncan Holt of Calloway County (Father of writer, Felix Holt) told Eward Freeman, managin editor of The Nashville Tennessean, that Nathan Sutbblefield had said to him "one Sunday afternoon" in 1885: "Duncan, I've done it. I've beeen able to talk without wires . . . all of 200 yares . . . and it'' work everywhere. Stubblefield was 25 years of age at the time. Marconi was 11.
1885s 0221 - PATENT FILED: Stubblefield's U.S. Coal-Oil-Lamp Lighter, (Carrie Lamp Lighter) Patent No. 329,864, "Ligthing Device" Filed February 21, 1885, Granted November 3, 1885. / Click MORE STORY TO GO DIRECTLY TO U.S. Patent Office -- his was the first of four patents filed by the 25- year-old, Nathan B. Stubblefield of Murray, Kentucky.
1885s 0421 - Born: Carrie F. Stubblefield (1885-1885), on April 21, in Murray, Kentucky.
1885s - NBS. The companies Stubblefield formed from 1985-1813, or co-ventured were the NBS Enterprises, The Wireless Telephone Company of America, The Gehring-Fennell-Stubblefield Group, The Continental Wireless Tel.& Tel Company, The Collins Wireless Telephone Company, and Teléph-on-délgreen. (citation needed) - SEE TELEPHONE COMPANY.
1885s - Stubblefield invented, developed, manufactured and sold, both his wired mechanical telephone, and his wireless telephone systems through his own companies, partnerships or corporations he owned shares of stock in.
1885s 1103 - PATENT GRANTED: Stubblefield's U.S. Coal-Oil-Lamp Lighter, (Carrie Lamp Lighter) Patent No. 329,864, "Ligthing Device" Filed February 21, 1885, Granted November 3, 1885. / Click MORE STORY TO GO DIRECTLY TO U.S. Patent Office -- his was the first of four patents filed by the 25- year-old, Nathan B. Stubblefield of Murray, Kentucky. The patent gave him the legal confidence and patent expertise needed to prove up ownership.
1885s 1126 - Died: Carrie F. Stubblefield (1885-1885), on November 26, (7-months-old). Daughter of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield.
1885t - Tesla eventually found himself digging ditches for a short period of time -- ironically for the Edison company. Tesla focuses intently on his AC polyphase system, even while digging ditches.
1885t - Tesla sells his patent rights for a polyphase system of alternating-current dynamos to George Westinghouse, Edison's biggest business rival.
1885 - Standard Oil moves into new headquarters at 26 Broadway in New York. The address will become synonymous with Rockefeller's business empire. -- Mid-1880s -- Standard Oil expands into the overseas markets of Western Europe and Asia, selling more oil abroad than in the U.S.
1886 - Carnegie defends unions. He publishes an essay in Forum Magazine defending workers' right to organize into a union. He also publishes Triumphant Democracy, which sells over 70,000 copies and celebrates the American belief in democracy and capitalism.
1986 - Statue of Liberty. Frederic Auguste Bartholdi was a young French sculptor when designed and created the Statue of Liberty. He worked on the statue from 1881 to 1886.
1886 - However, in the 1880s Scientific American had already carried articles describing attempts at wireless telephony and telegraphy experiments by induction systems of Trowbridge, Preece, Phelps, and Edison, not using high frequency radio waves, so Stubblefield was likely familiar with all the principles needed to operate wireless telephony by induction as well as by conduction in the 1880s. According to Murray State University Professor Ray Mofield, Stubblefield invented the wireless telephone, or radio. Stubblefield experimented with electricity in the 1880s, and caused distinct vibration tremors of a compass needle using an earth battery of his invention, patented in 1898.
1886do - PATENT - Professor Amos Dolbear of Tufts College obtained patent for an induction method of wireless telegraph.
1886r - Reginald Fessenden, a Canadian citizen came to the United States in 1886, in search for a better signal detector. His first job was with another former Canadian, Thomas Edison.-- Reginald was intrigued with the possibilities of wireless telephone communication. He taught electrical engineering at Purdue and the University of Pittsburgh from 1893 to 1900, then worked with the U.S. Weather Bureau until 1902.
1886s - Nathan Stubblefield perfects EMF battery. Also what made the induction coil so sensible, was the broadcaster didn't need the required tall 100' mast tower, and extraneous motor (generator) system to supply the high voltage current needed to power their induction coils to produce the RF spark signals emitted in space.
1886s - Nathan at age 26, writes poem describing the travails of one who would choose a life of scientific invention. "The Inventor and the Crank."
1886s - Nine years before his contemporaries, Marconi, Tesla and Fessenden mastered sending Dit Dahs (the Morse Code), Nathan Stubblefield was the patent holder and owner of his own telephone company franchise with William C. Love (1886).
1886s - Stubblefield perfects the Mechanical Telephone and experiments with both, mon-electrical and copper wire when available.
1886t - Backed by a number of financiers and technicians, Tesla establishes his Tesla Electric Light and Manufacturing Company in New York. He invents a system of direct current electric-arc lamps and generators with the third brush. He applies to the U.S. Patent Office for and is issued the first seven patents for his inventions.
1886t - Tesla Electric Light and Manufacturing Company applies his electric-arc lamp patents for lighting the streets of New York and other cities.
1886t - The Tesla AC Generator - motor, induction coil high-voltage concept was first used by the Westinghouse Electric Company to install the electrical power turbines in the 1886, Niagara Falls River Dam Project.
1886t -0209 PATENT - Tesla's U.S, Patent 335,786 Electric-Arc Lamp, Granted Feb. 9, 1986. FOR MORE TESLA PATENTS
1886 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 335,787 Electric-Arc Lamp, Granted Feb. 9, 1986. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1886 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 336,961 Regulator For Dynamo-Electric Machines, Granted March 2, 1986. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1886 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 336,962 Regulator For Dynamo-Electric Machines, Granted March 2, 1986. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1886 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 350,954 Regulator For Dynamo-Electric Machines, Granted Oct. 19, 1986. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1886t 0126 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 334,823 Commutator For Dynamo-Electric Machines, Granted Jan. 26, 1886. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1887 - German physicist Heinrich Hertz first discovers Radio Waves. Proves Maxwell's theory that electricity can travel through the atmosphere in waves. He transmitted an electrical spark which was heard in a receiving circuit a few meters away, thus the term Hertzian Wave. Hertz demonstrated that the velocity of radio waves equaled the speed of light. The unit of frequency was named in his honor.
1887s 0210 - PATENT FILED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent No. 378,183, Mechanical Telephone, Filed February 10, 1987, Granted February 21, 1888. / Click to MORE STORY TO GO DIRECTLY TO U.S. Patent Office. Nathan B. Stubblefield and Samuel C. Holcomb patent their mechanical "vibrating" telephone system. The first permanent mechanical telephone installation was in Murray, Kentucky to demonstrate and sell franchised telephone rights or territorial deeds around the United States. Serviced over 38 locals in Murray, Kentucky. -- used non-electrical.
1887s 0310 - NBS. The Murray Weekly News: "Charley Hamlin had his telephone in fine working order from his store to his home." "It is the Nathan Stubblefield patent and it was the best I have ever talked through."
1887s 0830 - Born: Bernard Bowman Stubblefield (1887-1973), on August 30, in Murray Kentucky. Son of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield.
1887t 0322 - PATENT - Tesla's U. S. Patent 359,748 Dynamo-Electric Machine, Granted March 22, 1987. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1887t - In April of 1887, Tesla begins investigating what would later be called X-rays using his own single node vacuum tubes (similar to his patent 514170). This device differed from other early X-ray tubes in that they had no target electrode. The modern term for the phenomenon produced by this device is bremsstrahlung (or braking radiation). By 1892, Tesla became aware of what Wilhelm Röntgen later identified as effects of X-rays.
1887t - On October 12, Tesla applies for two patents covering his non synchronizing motor and electric transmission of power.
1887t - On November 30, Tesla applies for three patents covering the first polyphase non synchronizing motors with a short-circuited rotor and the rotor with windings, rings and brushes, as well as for electric energy transmission by means of this type of motors.
1887t - On December 23, Tesla applies for two patents, the last from this series, covering multiphase current transformers and their application in electric energy distribution.
1888 - PATENT EXPIRED: Antonio Meucci's Telectrophone patent was filed in 1871. Meucci was an Italian inventor. Invented 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. The postage stamp was released in Italy to commemorate the Italian who was officially credited with the invention of the telephone. Antonio Meucci invented the Telectrophone for communicating with his bedridden wife from his workshop. "He died a pauper." Meucci demonstrated his invention in 1860 and had a description of it published in New York's Italian language newspaper.... and was unable to raise sufficient funds to pay his way through the patent application..." Bell patented the electronic telephone in 1876.
1888s - Stubblefield starts the local Murray telephone company and telephone system. By 1892, Nathan's mechanical telephone evoluted into a EMW Telephone that was enabled to transmit voice without wires from grounded electromagnetic wave energy, then through the atmosphere to a companion receiver. It was the 17-year-old Rainey T. Wells (1875-1958) who attentively heard his first words over a wireless telephone in 1892, at Teléph-on-délgreen, now Murray State University.
1888s - Stubblefield Telephone Manufacturing Co. commenced installing permanent land-line telephones wired to his telephone exchange switchboard installation in Murray. Bells telephone were the phones used for those who could afford metal copper wires and his mechanical telephones (patented, February 12, 1888), were used for cost cutting factors and short distance clarity. The Company commenced selling territories for his telephone franchise.
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1888s 0221 - PATENT GRANTED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent No. 378,183, Mechanical Telephone, Filed February 10, 1987, Granted February 21, 1888. / Click to MORE STORY TO GO DIRECTLY TO U.S. Patent Office. Nathan B. Stubblefield and Samuel C. Holcomb patent their mechanical "vibrating" telephone system. The first permanent mechanical telephone installation was in Murray, Kentucky to demonstrate and sell franchised telephone rights or territorial deeds around the United States. Serviced over 38 locals in Murray, Kentucky.
1888t 0410 - On April 10 and 23, 1888, Tesla applies for two important patents: electric transmission of power by means of three conductors, star and polygon windings, as well as the principle of the commutator by means of which a direct current generator, with slight changes in the windings, could be used for the production of multiphase currents.
1888t - Tesla was granted 30 patents including his AC motor on May 1, 1888. Tesla developed the principles of his Tesla coil and began working with the famous inventor and manufacturer, George Westinghouse at Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company's Pittsburgh labs. Westinghouse who was so keen on Tesla's polyphase system which would allow transmission of alternating current electricity over large distances, that he offered him million dollars for all his patents. The opportunity was too good to miss and Tesla accepted with the provision of a royalty of one dollar per horsepower to be included in the contract. He only received half the money, since his business associates took the other half. Part of the deal was that Tesla should work as a consultant for one year for Westinghouse at his Pittsburgh factory, a task which he did fulfill, but falling out with Westinghouse's assistant over the use of high or low frequency. At that time Tesla was keen on 60 cycles AC. Westinghouse tried to get him to stay, offering him a fantastic salary and even a laboratory thrown in, but Tesla threw these offers to the wind. He was determined to go it alone.
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 381,968 Electro-Magnetic Motor, Granted May 1, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 381,969 Electro-Magnetic Motor, Granted May 1, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 381,970 System Of Electrical Distribution, May 1, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 382,279 Electro-Magnetic Motor, Granted May 1, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 382,280 Electrical Transmission Of Power, Granted May 1, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 382,281 Electrical Transmission Of Power, Granted May 1, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 382,282 Method Of Converting And Distributing Electric Currents, May 1, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 382,845 Commutator For Dynamo-Electric Machines, Granted May 15, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t 05 - On May 16, 1888, Tesla delivers an invited lecture, "A new system of alternate current motors and transformers", before the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (now IEEE) in New York.
1888t 06- In June 1888, Tesla sells his patent rights for a polyphase system of alternating-current dynamos to George Westinghouse, Edison's biggest business rival. Editor's Note: The FCC states he sold said patent rights in 1985.
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 390,413 System Of Electrical Distribution, Granted Oct. 2, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 390,414 Dynamo-Electric Machine, Granted Oct. 2, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 390,415 Dynamo-Electric Machine Or Motor, Granted Oct. 2, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 390,721 Dynamo-Electric Machine, Filed Jan. 14, 1986, Granted Oct. 9, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 390,820 Regulator For Alternate-Current Motors, Granted Oct. 9, 1988. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1888t - Tesla continually seemed so keen to show his worth without being able to make satisfactory employment contracts to protect himself from being used. This characteristic haunted him throughout his life. He was a bit of loner and did not get on well with colleagues, regularly falling out with them and not finding a suitable compromise or even taking charge of the situation particularly from a commercial point of view.
1889s - By 1889, Stubblefield telephone system tied into the Bell system.
1889s - Laryngophone: Nathan B. Stubblefield develops what was to have been an improvement on his mechanical telephone. He renamed the device the "Laryngophone." It was basically the original mechanical telephone but with a hearing tube and a bell added to his copper wired telephone system; that emitted Sideband Electromagnetic Waves. The copper wires were connected to his newly devised, "earth coils" -- that powered the bell. Later, he discovered that the bare coils emitted a continuous flow of sideband electromagnetic energy (EMW) -- that could transmit voice.
1890s - Born: Pattie Lee Stubblefield (1890-1967), on March 21, in Murray, Kentucky.
1889t -1890 - Tesla constructs the first high voltage generators, with a frequency of up to 20,000 cps, thus discovering high frequency currents and their physiological and other effects
1888t - Tesla applies from 1888-1891 for additional 26 patents for multiphase and single-phase currents, especially for single-phase induction motors.
1889 - Benjamin Harrison: Twenty-Third President U.S. President, 1889-1893. (Born: August 20, 1833 in North Bend, Ohio; Died: March 13, 1901 in Indianapolis, Indiana).
1889t - Tesla, for the first time since his coming to the United States, Tesla travels to Europe and visits the Paris World's Fair and his homeland.
1889t - In the beginning of 1889, the first three-phase electric power plant erected in Westinghouse's company start operation supplying power for induction motors in some of the company shops.
1889t - By the close of 1889, Tesla was back in his own laboratory in New York. He first built a vibrating platform trying to determine the natural resonance of the Earth. His further research into resonance involved building AC machines with 384 magnetic poles and was thereby able to generate high frequency currents up to 10,000 cycles per second. He designed air-cored transformers involved a coil and capacitor producing high voltage and high frequency electricity, due to the resonance between the two.
1889t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 396,121 Thermo-Magnetic Motor, Granted Jan. 15, 1989. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1889t - PATENT EXPIRED: July, 1889. The earliest patent for telegraphy (Morse Code) without wires (wireless) -- entitled "Improvement in Telegraphy" was granted to Dr. Mahlon Loomis, (1826-86) on July 20, 1872, U.S. Pat. No. 129,971. He demonstrated only the potential differences on a galvanometer between two kites during a lightning storm, 14 miles apart in Loudoun County, Virginia in October 1866.
1889t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 401,520 Method Of Operating Electro-Magnetic Motors, Granted April 16, 1989. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1889t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 405,858 Electro-Magnetic Motor, Granted June 25, 1989. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1889 - Carnegie publishes "The Gospel of Wealth," in which he asserts that all personal wealth beyond that required to satisy the needs of one's family should be regarded as a trust fund to be administered for the benefit of the community. By the next year, Carnegie's annual take-home pay is $25 million.
1889 - Eliza, John Davison Rockefeller's mother, dies at age 76. Her estranged husband, William Avery Rockefeller does not attend the ceremony. Rockefeller asks the minister to say that she was a widow.
1889 - The Wall Street "Journal. Dow Jones & Company's "Customers' Afternoon Letter" becomes The Wall Street Journal. It contains four pages and sells for two cents; advertising was 20 cents a line. At that time, the Company had 50 employees.
1889 - Rockefeller agrees to contribute to the founding of a new Baptist college in Chicago. The University of Chicago will become his first major philanthropic undertaking.

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