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1910 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 948068 "Wireless Telegraphy" (antenna tuning)
1910 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 979,275"Oscillation Responsive Device" (parallel plates in Bunsen flame)
1910 - Mann-Elkins Act - Congress first vested federal regulatory authority over telephone services
1910 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 974762 "Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy"
1910 - George O. Squier invention of "multiplexing" allowed telephone wires to carry multiple messages
1910 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent "Wireless Telegraphy" (antenna tuning)
1911 - PATENT - Alexanderson's U.S. Patent Issued "High frequency alternator (100 kHz)
1911 - DE FOREST's RADIO TELEPHONE COMPANY - BANKRUPT
1911 - PATENTS: GEORGE O. SQUIER discoveries and inventions -- were patented in the name of the People of the United States
1911 - COLLINS INDICTED
1912 - PATENT GRANTED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent Number 1046895, Flying Machine
1912 - Bankruptcy. Reginald Fessenden's company, National Electric Signaling Company (NESC), went bankrupt
1912 - Monetary award - Fessenden was awarded $406,175 in a suit against the National Electric Signalling Company
1912 - MARCONI WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO. VS. UNITED WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO.

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1912 - Stubblefield Legacy wherever a low-voltage current is used to operate a Wireless Telephone™ or lap-top computer within a WiFi or Wi-Max HotSpots
1913 - PATENT: De Forest Sells Audion Patent Rights to AT&T - for $50,000
1913 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 1059665 "Wireless Telegraphy" (antenna tuning)
1913 - Dissolution of the Nathan B. Stubblefield Industrial School on Teleph-on-delgreen
1913 - COLLINS WIRELESS TELEPHONE COMPANY Dissolves
1913 - Nathan B. Stubblefield forms NBS Family Trust
1913t - PATENT EXPIRES: Nikola Tesla's 1896 Synchronous And Non-synchronous Rotary Gaps Patent Expires
1913 - The "Kingsbury Commitment."
1914 - PATENT EXPIRES - Marconis U.S. Patent "Transmitting Electrical Signals," (using Ruhmkorff coil and Morse code key)
1914 - PATENT: Bernard Stubblefield was granted patent for headlight
1914 - The NBS Trust of 1914, handed over to Bernard, the 23-year-old son of Nathan, all of the NBS stock
1914 - PATENT FILED - Marconi's U.S. Patent 1,271,190, Marconi "Wireless Telegraphy Transmitter"
1914 - PATENT FILED - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 1,101,533 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraphy" (directional antenna/direction finder)
1914 - PATENT - Armstrong's U.S. Patent 1,113,149 "Wireless Receiving System
1914 - Stubblefield Property Settlement. Grantors Ada Mae Stubblefield and children
1914 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 1,119,732 378 Granted, Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy


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TimeLine1910y46w.jpg 1910 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 948068 "Wireless Telegraphy" (antenna tuning) Granted Feb. 1, 1910.
1910d 1220 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 979,275 Patent Granted "Oscillation Responsive Device" (parallel plates in Bunsen flame) filed February 2, 1910, issued December 20.1910. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1910 - George O. Squier (1865-1934). His invention of "multiplexing" allowed telephone wires to carry multiple messages for the first time; the carrier frequency principle involved was later adapted to other types of transmission, including FM radio."
1910 - Mann-Elkins Act - Congress first vested federal regulatory authority over telephone services in the Interstate Commerce Commission, under this Act of 1910. This followed the practice of local franchising initiated by states and municipalities to control rates and service quality.
1910 - The daily calling average per 1,000 people increased from 37 in 1895, to 391 in 1910.
1910 - There are now 5,883,000 telephones connected to the Bell System. - AT&T acquires control of 30 percent of Western Union Telegraph Company stock by purchase on December 20th.
1910 0624 - Congress approved amended "Act to Require Apparatus and Operators for Radio Communication on Certain Ocean Steamers." An act approved July 24, 1910. An act approved by Congress, July 23, 1912.
1910 al - Alexanderson enrolled in the famous mathematician and electrical engineer Charles Proteus Steinmetz' Consulting Engineering Department, which afforded him still greater opportunities to concentrate on continued work with the alternator.
1910d - For the next+ plus years De Forest broadcasted from points all over the world, popularizing radio to the point that by the 1920s many U.S. homes had their own "radio sets." 
1910d - In 1910, De Forest attempted the first live broadcast from New York's Metropolitan Opera House (starring Enrico Caruso).
1910do 0223 - Dies: Amos Emerson Dolbear (1837-1910), on Feb. 23. Invented the first telephone receiver with a permanent magnet in 1865, 11 years before Alexander Graham Bell patented his model. In 1874 he was appointed professor of physics and astronomy in Tuft's College, College Hill, Massachusetts.
1910 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 974762 "Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy" Granted Nov. 1, 1910.
1910s - Bernard Stubblefield (23-years-old) took a job as chief electrician in Nashville after having been educated in the Nathan Stubblefield Industrial School.
1910s - Died: Col. G. A. C. Holt, who rose to high honors and fought with William Stubblefield (Capt. Billy) in the Civil War, died in Memphis, Tenn. His brother was the illustrious Calloway County philosopher Duncan Holt, who was the father of Felix Holt, author of "the Gabriel Horn" and "Daniel Boone Kissed Me." He is buried in the Bowman Cemetery, Murray, Ky, along with Capt. Billy, the inventor Nathan B. Stubblefield and other Stubblefield family members.
1910s - STUBBLEFIELD & SQUIER - Single Sideband experiments conducted by Nathan B. Stubblefield and Major George Squier. INSERT certain text.
1910s 1101- CONN LINN - RESIGNS FROM THE KENTUCKY SENATE, and leaves Murray Kentucky, for Oklahoma.
1910t - 1910 -1911, at the Waterside Power Station in New York, several of Tesla's bladeless turbine engines were tested at 100&endash;5000 hp.

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1911al - PATENT - Alexanderson's 1008577 U.S. Patent Issued "High frequency alternator (100 kHz)," filed April, 1909; issued, November 14, 1911 - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1911 - The Bell System announces plans to consolidate its associated operating companies into state-wide or territorial units - the beginning of the pre-Divestiture (1984) setup of operating companies. - November 2nd marks the organization meeting of the Telephone Pioneers of America at the Hotel Somerset in Boston. Alexander Graham Bell and 246 members are present at the first meeting.
1911 - Young radio amateurs are building receivers with whatever parts are available. Although headphones can be purchased, many public telephone booths become inoperative.
1911d - DE FOREST's RADIO TELEPHONE COMPANY - BANKRUPT IN 1911, when it expired owing to De Forest's inability to raise further funds.
1911r - Hay Walker, Jr., and Thomas H. Given dismissed Fessenden from NESCO in January of 1911. Fessenden brought suit, won, and was awarded damages. To conserve assets pending appeal, NESCO went into receivership in 1912, and Samuel Kintner was appointed general manager of the company.
••• Further work on Fessenden's alternator was given to Ernst F. W. Alexanderson. It took years for Alexanderson to develop an alternator capable of transmitting regular voice transmissions over the Atlantic, but by 1916 the Fessenden-Alexanderson alternator was more reliable for transatlantic communication than the spark apparatus.
1911 - Carnegie establishes the Carnegie Corporation of New York with his remaining money, about $150 million. He intends that the corporation will promote the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding by aiding college, university, technical school and general scientific research. This is the last philanthropic trust Carnegie creates.
1911s - Ada Stubblefield operates and guards with Clarissa Jones-Stubblefield, "The Nathan Stubblefield Industrial School," renamed, "Teléph-on-délgreen" on land that is now the campus of Murray State University. (Lochte) MORE TIMELINE ON FAMILY AND BIG SIX MEMBERS
1911s - Nathan Stubblefield. The long train ride from his successful years in Washington, D.C., in 1911, gave Nathan the moments needed to reflect on his own childhood and his father's untimely death in 1874. Nathan, like his father, Capt. Billy, had a premonition that his life was ending. To protect his family's future, Nathan commoditized all of his cash holdings and assets, to create a formal family trust for his family to draw upon or even sell periodically, -- as they saw fit.
1911s - STUBBLEFIELD & SQUIER - Single Sideband experiments conducted by Nathan B. Stubblefield and Major George Squier. INSERT certain text.
1911s 0101 - PATENTS: GEORGE O. SQUIER - (Patents Expire 1928) - All of-Gen. Squier's discoveries and inventions -- some he worked on with Stubblefield and Collins -- were patented in the name of the People of the United States. Stubblefield's 1898 and 1908 WiFi and WiFi patents were not included in the People's patents.
1911s 0103 - Major George Squier. Popular Electricity "The Coming of the Multiplex Telephone, By William C. Ward.
1911s 0517 - United Wireless Trial - May 17, 1911 - Bogart pleads guilty.
1911s 0518 - N. B. Stubblefield returns to Washington, D.C. with Miss Pattie on May 18, 1911. Nathan meets with Gen. George Squier, prior to Squier's plans to turn over certain patent rights to the People of the United States. In exchange for certain transfers, Nathan agrees to accept Squier's offer for the patent to the aircraft and wireless radio system. See 1912 - Flying Machine Patent, May 15. (Filed Jan. 19) GRANTED Dec. 10.
1911s 0723 - United Wireless - Bankrupt. On July 23, 1911, United Wireless was adjudicated bankrupt in the Courts of Maine, and on September 15, 1911, Trustees in Bankruptcy were appointed.
1911 - May 15: The U.S. Supreme Court announces its decision to dismantle Standard Oil. The company is ordered to divest itself of its subsidiaries within six months.

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1912 0119 - PATENT FILED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent Number 1046895, Flying Machine, Filed Jan. 19, 1912, Granted December 10, 1912; / Click MORE STORY TO GO DIRECTLY TO U.S. Patent Office --
1912s 1210 - PATENT GRANTED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent Number 1046895, Flying Machine, Filed Jan. 19, 1912, Granted December 10, 1912; / Click MORE STORY TO GO DIRECTLY TO U.S. Patent Office -- Letters Patent granted Stubblefield for 17 years from December 10, 1912 (expired Dec. 10, 1929). Applied in the name of son Bernard.
1912s 1225 - Nathan B. Stubblefield writes "An Elegy "The New Kentucky Home," a parody on "My Old Kentucky Home", under the pseudonym Oliver C. De Lisle, on Dec. 25, 1909, in Murray, Kentucky. (About the Night Riders.)
1911s 12 - COLLINS INDICTED - December 1911. Four officers of the Continental Co. excepting Walter Massie were indicted for using the mails to defraud in selling worthless stock.
1912 - Dissolution of Teleph-on-delgreen, Murray, Kentucky. Public Notice, May 6.
1912 - John H. Hammond, Jr. develops equipment to remotely control vessels by radio up to three miles away. Later, many of his patents were sold to the U.S. military for use in radio guidance in weapons delivery systems.
1912 0623 - Congress passed the first Radio Act in 1912 but it was not until the Radio Act of 1927 that the new medium was brought under federal control. During the 1920s, Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover convened a series of conferences intended to deal with the extraordinary growth of radio as an industry and a fledgling advertising medium.
••• Congress passes the Radio Act to prevent amateur radio operators from interfering with government frequency spectrum stations. "an Act to require apparatus and operators for radio communication on certain ocean steamers." An act approved July 23, 1912, and the amended act approved June 24, 1910.
1912 0813 - "Act to regulate state by state radio communication" (Public 264)(S. 6412); approved Aug. 13, 1912.
1912ar - Edwin Armstrong invents regeneration. "Edwin Armstrong found the radio telephone talking like a hair-lipped man and left it singing like a nightingale." The ocean liner, "Titanic" hits an iceberg and sinks. The Dit Dah wireless distress call (63 k Wav spark transmitter) was heard 58 miles away by the liner "Carpathia". Those who made it into lifeboats were rescued 3 1/2 hours later. There were 705 lives saved.
1912d - In 1912, De Forest developed a feedback circuit, which would increase the output of a radio transmitter and produce alternating current. He didn't see the worth of his discovery, though, and by the time he applied for a patent in 1915,
1912d 03 - A Warrant Was Served De Forest For His Arrest In March, 1912 - on a federal indictment charging him with use of the mails to defraud in connection with sales of stock in the most recent four of his radio telephone companies.
1912m - Marconi invents a new way to generate a continuous wave, known as the Multiple Spark System.
1912m - Marconi's legacy should be seen across modern civilization wherever one of Tesla's land-line high-voltage electricity utility was connected to a Marconi 200' antenna tower to transmit RF spark Dit Dah signals to a like - receiver 200' antenna tower located on a ship or land station.
1912m 0325 - MARCONI WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO. VS. UNITED WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO. Creates a Merger.
1912m 0325 - United Wireless Co. - In March, 1912, United Wireless Pleaded No contest - and was taken over by the British Marconi Co. for the payment of $700,000. The company was immediately sold to American Marconi.
1912r - Bankruptcy. Reginald Fessenden's company, National Electric Signaling Company (NESC), went bankrupt.
1912r - Monetary award - Fessenden in 1912 was awarded $406,175 in the United States District Court at Boston in a suit against the National Electric Signaling Company. -- The award was not only the largest ever given up to that time in Massachusetts, but was notable in bringing out the history of the Boston inventor's pioneer work in wireless telegraph and telephony. FOR MORE STORY SEE LOST NEWS ARTICLES ON GE, RCA LAW SUIT CLICK HERE / CLICK FOR PART TWO OF FESSENDEN ARTICLE
1912s - Gen. Squire. As a result, it is still rumored to this date -- that the General had improperly enriched himself by pocketing several important claims for his personal benefit. "The Flying Machine" patent was issued to my uncle Bernard Stubblefield - in November, 1912. About the same time, Squier introduced the sideband idea to Bell," said Troy. -- MORE STORY
1912s - Stubblefield Legacy can be seen across modern civilization wherever a low-voltage current is used to operate a Wireless Telephone™ or lap-top computer within a WiFi or Wi-Max HotSpots to transmit voice and messages through space or land-lines. The NBS system extends itself even a little further, in that the portable NBS hand-held phone can imitate the tasks of being both a power source and RF transmitter that has the ability to connect its signal to a 200' tower of a Radio or Television station. Aside from his work on electric motors that generate low-voltage currents, Nathan is said to have contributed in varying degrees to the fields of ballistics, computer science, electromagnetism. His all-in-one patent include the utility to connect his Wireless Telephone™ into a local land-line telephone or DSL cable/satellite subscriber with a telephone number.
1912s 06 - Nathan Franklin Stubblefield, son of inventor Nathan B. Stubblefield, emancipated at 17 years of age.
1912s 0820 - PATENT: Bernard Stubblefield's Patent application for "Combined Automotive Lamp."
1912t - Tesla's legacy can be seen across modern civilization wherever a land-line AC high-voltage electricity utility is connected to a home or office to power your radio, television or other ancillary devices plugged into wall sockets.

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1913 - Clarence Tuska receives his first Dit Dah Amateur Station and Commercial Operators License.
1913 - Nathan Stubblefield appoints Holt as his attorney in case N. B. Stubblefield vs. B. B. Stubblefield, Victoria Stubblefield, Pattie L. Stubblefield.
1913 - Woodrow Wilson: Twenty-Eighth U.S. President, 1913-1921. (b. December 28, 1856 in Staunton, Virginia, d. February 3, 1924 in Washington D.C.). Married to Ellen Louise Axson Wilson and to Edith Bolling Galt Wilson.
1913 0708 - London International Radiotelegraphic Convention, proclaimed by the President July 8, 1913.
1913 1213 - AT&T commits to the Attorney General to dispose of its telegraph stock, provide long distance connection to Independent telephone systems and not to purchase any more independent telephone companies except as approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission. This letter from AT&T to the Attorney General of the U.S. is referred to as the "Kingsbury Commitment".
1913 1213 - Events that effected Regulatory RF Seizures. Kingsbury Commitment. On December 13, 1913, AT&T's Kingsbury Commitment" was accepted by the U.S. Attorney General and approved by the Interstate Commerce Commission. This "Kingsbury Commitment," restricted the use and sale of Stubblefield's wireless radio frequencies. April 6, 1917, the U.S. declared war on Germany. All commercial and amateur wireless stations were closed down and came under the control of the U.S. Navy; The U.S. Sedition Act United States, a portion of the amendment to Section 3 of the Espionage Act of June 15, 1917, can be seen below. See Byline Story; President Woodrow Wilson on July 31, 1918, under authority of a joint resolution of Congress -- took control of the telephone and telegraph systems in the United States, placing them under the direction of the Post Office Department; GOVERNMENT REGULATION - 1922. The administration of the broadcasting industry regulations was entrusted to the U.S. Department of Commerce; RADIO ACT OF 1927 - the pace setter for the FCC; and; 1934 - FCC form - Congress created the Federal Communications Commission in 1934; 1996 - Congress deregulates telephone monopolies. The Telecommunications Act of 1996. Congress authorizes the FCC to sell the Stubblefield Wireless Telephone (spectrums) -- frequencies.
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1913 1213 - The "Kingsbury Commitment." American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) began buying up rivals. But AT&T's acquisitions troubled federal authorities, which began considering antitrust action. This prompted AT&T's company officials to propose, a self-serving anti-monopoly unit, that subsequently became known as the "Kingsbury Commitment." On December 19, 1913, AT&T agreed to sell $30 million of its Western Union stock and to allow competitors to interconnect with its network. The company also pledged that for every new local system acquired, it would sell an equal share of lines to rivals. The Kingsbury Commitment was wholly in keeping with the monopolizing of both wired and wireless strategy of AT&T; and the preserving of consumer confidence by the use of Takeovers; Buyouts; and mergers of troubled competitive "look-a-likes".
1913ar - Armstrong applies for a patent to use a vacuum tube as an oscillator. A station in Nauen, Germany begins broadcasting on 16,900 meters...or about 18 kilocycles (just above the range of hearing!) Station FL, broadcasting from the Eiffel Tower begins broadcasting on 10,000 meters.
1913d 07 - PATENT: De Forest Sells Audion Patent Rights to AT&T - for $50,000.
1913d 1230 - De Forest - Fraud Trial of De Forest Ends - Darby and De Forest: nolle prosequi, meaning that the charges had been dropped.
1913r 0422 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 1059665 "Wireless Telegraphy" (antenna tuning) Granted April 22.
1913s - Between 1913-1928 - Stubblefield's business partners ultimately irreparably damaged his developments and left him bankrupt. Stubblefield later lived in a self-imposed isolation near Almo, Kentucky and eventually, starved to death. Any and all copies of Stubblefield's prototypes were part of the franchise agreement he made with various companies such as Wireless Telegraph Co. Of America. CLICK FOR MORE FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
1913s - Collins And Four Officers - Convicted On All Five Counts For Stock Fraud. Three were fined and sentenced on January 10, 1913, to prison terms of up to four years. (See 1911, Continental).
1913s - COLLINS WIRELESS TELEPHONE COMPANY - Dissolves.
1913s - Dissolution of the Nathan B. Stubblefield Industrial School on Teleph-on-delgreen.
1913s - During the Calloway County Fair, Thomas Brady astonishes Callowayans with his airship flight, not a balloon but a graceful biplane, however, scarcely attained the heights described in the advance literature but did clear the housetops and trees - barely. "The Story of Calloway County" (Stubblefield patented his "Flying Machine Patent in 1912).
1913s - Nathan B. Stubblefield as a writer, defines crow's feet as follows: "Those picturesque, lovely, time made dimply, furrowy, marks of venerableness, that carry the sadness of life away from the sunny slopes of childhood's lustrous innocencies.
1913s - Nathan B. Stubblefield forms his NBS Family Trust.
1913s - Nathan Stubblefield initiates Family Trust lawsuit against his children.
1913s - Nathan Stubblelfield appoints A. Thomspon, son of law partner of his late father, Capt. Billy as his attorney in lawsuit against family.
1913s - New Murray Court house cornerstone layed. 5000 Callowayans gathered to hear a stirring address by R. T. Wells. Old courthouse was built in 1873.
1913s - The city of Murray brightened up with the installation of 60 watt light bulbs at all resident street intersections with all night service. The business section was illuminated with a new White Way attached to iron posts erected at 60 locations. "The Story of Calloway County," Published by Kerby and Dorothy Jennings.
1913s - The Fate of "Teléph-on-délgreen." Rainey T. Wells, lead the group that purchased the 85 acres Teléph-on-délgreen Institute from Nathan Family Trust in 1913. In a property settlement of 1914, Nathan had to move. (Nathan then lived on for another 14 years).
1913s 0301 - Promissory Note from Bernard Stubblefield, Nashville, TN to Richland Realty Company.
1913s 0808 - Warranty Deed to Bernard Stubblefield, Aug. 8, for Lot 220 & 221, Central Ave., Murray.
1913s 1025 - Nathan B. Stubblefield Journal Notes regarding his Trust lawsuit against children.
1913s 1029 - Rainey T. Wells, Attorney for Nathan B. Stubblefield in pending case of Nathan B. Stubblefield against his children, writes letter to Bernard on Oct. 29. "From the 85 acre tract of land, Nathan wants $3,430.00 and 1 acre of the land from the children."
1913s 1105 - Retainer of Attorney. Nathan B. Stubblefield retains Atty. A. D. Thompson, of Cook & Thompson in Case N. B. Stubblefield vs. B. B. Stubblefield, Victoria Stubblefield, Pattie L. Stubblefield.
1913t - PATENT EXPIRES: Nikola Tesla's 1896 Synchronous And Non-synchronous Rotary Gaps Patent Expires. The antenna at the Marconi site at Louisbourg was about 1 kilometer long, and was supported by six tubular steel towers over 3000 ft. high.
1913t - Tesla is granted two new patents for a turbine and a pump constructed on a new
1913 - Dies. J.P. Morgan. That panic led to the creation of the FRS in 1913, the same year J.P. Morgan died on March 31, while visiting Rome, Italy. His remains were returned to the United States for interment in the Cedar Hill Cemetery in his birthplace of Hartford, Connecticut. His son, Jack, known as J.P. Morgan, Jr., Jack. P. Morgan, Jr., inherited the banking business.
1913 - Federal Reserve System is created.

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1914 - Archduke Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne was assassinated in Sarajevo, by a Serbian nationlist group called the "Black Hand."
1914 - The First World War.The Austro-Hungarian government demanded that Serbia bring the assassin of Archduke Ferdinand to justice and requested support from their German allies. When Serbia declined, Germany declard War on Sarajevo assuming a limited engagment to bring the assassins to justice.
Russia, bound by treaty to Serbia, declared war against Austro-Hungary.
Germany, allied to Austro-Hungary, declared war on Russia on August 1, 1914.
France, having a treaty with Russia delared war on Germany on August 3, 1914.
Britain, allied with France, declared war on Germany on August 4, 1914 along with her colonies of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and S. Africa.
Japan, with a military agreement with Britain, declared war on Germany on Agust 23, 1914.
Italy, although allied to both Germany and Austro-Hungary, ultimatel joined the conflict against Germany and Austro-Hungary, in May 1915.
America remained neutral for serveral years, but with the threat against its British and French allies and the threat against U.S. supply shipping to its allies in German occupied submarine waters, finally declared war agains Germany in April 1917.
1914 - According to the records, in January Hiram Percy Maxim called to order the first meeting of the Radio Club of Hartford. Some 23 members in attendance. By March the attendance grew to 35 members. It was then that H.P.M. had the idea that messages could be relayed over great distances. In order to accomplish this, a network would have to be set up across the country. With this in mind, the American Radio Relay League was adopted and formed. In October, the newly formed league published its first call book which listed some 400 dit dahs stations in 33 states and Canada.
1914 - AT&T sells its holdings of Western Union Telegraph Company stock to comply with the "Kingsbury Commitment." On June 17th, the last pole of the transcontinental telephone line placed at Wendover, Utah on the Nevada, Utah state line.
1914 - Hiram Percy Maxim founds the A.R.R.L. American Radio Relay League. War breaks out in Europe, and Amateur licenses are suspended in almost all foreign countries.
1914 - In the spring a small group of young Amateurs were using short ranged spark coils.
1914 0815 - Panama Canal Opens. After 13 years, since approved by the McKinley Administration, the opening took place. Service through the waterway to world commerce on August 15, 1914, represented the realization of a heroic dream of over 400 years. Together the French and American expenditures totaled $639,000,000. It took 34 years from the initial effort in 1880 to actually open the Canal in 1914. It is estimated that over 80,000 persons took part in the construction and that over 30,000 lives were lost in both French and American efforts. *(See Footnote.) *28 Panama Canal.
1914al - Alexanderson - Patented Regenerative Circuit, and which was subsequently patented by Lee De Forest in 1916; De Forest then sold the rights to his patent to AT&T.
1914m 0430 - PATENT FILED - Marconi's U.S. Patent 1,271,190, Marconi "Wireless Telegraphy Transmitter" Filed April 30, 1914, Issued July 2, 1918. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1914D 0630 - PATENT FILED - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 1,101,533 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraphy" (directional antenna/direction finder), filed June 20 1906, Granted June 30, 1914. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1914ar 1029 - PATENT - Armstrong's U.S. Patent 1,113,149 "Wireless Receiving System" Filed Oct. 29, 1913, Granted October 6, 1914. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1914m - Marconi built WCC in Chatham, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod. It would become the busiest ship to shore radio station for most of the twentieth century. WCC was sold during the breakup of RCA in the 1990s to MCI, and was finally shut down in 1997. In its final years on the Cape, WCC was operated remotely over a fiber optic link right down to such details as antenna adjustments and frequency tuning from California's KPH. It ended life on Cape Cod with a two-man crew. A film documentary of this chapter of Marconi's career was produced. It was narrated by journalist Walter Cronkite and directed by filmmaker Christopher Seufert. The callsign WCC is still heard over the radio from Globe Wireless's automated radio-based email system from a new location in Maryland.
1914m - Marconi experiments successfully using the triode thermionic valve; this was the birth of dit dah radiophony.
1914m - Marconi was both created a Senatore in the Italian Senate and appointed Honorary Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order in England.
1914m - Marconi was commissioned in the Italian Army as a Lieutenant being later promoted to Captain, and in 1916 transferred to the Navy in the rank of Commander. He was a member of the Italian Government mission to the United States in 1917 and in 1919 was appointed Italian plenipotentiary delegate to the Paris Peace Conference. He was awarded the Italian Military Medal in 1919 in recognition of his war service.
1914m - PATENT EXPIRES - Marconis U.S. Patent 0586193"Transmitting Electrical Signals", (using Ruhmkorff coil and Morse code key) filed Dec. 7, 1896, granted July 13, 1897. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1914r - At the outbreak of World War I, Fessenden volunteered his services to Canada, went to London, and developed a device to detect enemy artillery and another to locate enemy submarines. But the military bureaucracy was not interested in pursuing many of his ideas.
1914 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 1108895 "Signaling by Sound and Other Longitudinal Elastic Impulses" Granted Sept. 1, 1914.
1914s - Between 1914-1915 , N. B. Stubblefield, his wife Ada Mae and youngest daughter, Helen lived on 308 Oakdale Drive, Murray, Kentucky.
1914s - Murray High School announced the installation of a telephone.
1914s - Murray, Kentucky. T. R. Jones gained passage of a measure in the Kentucky General Assembly advancing Murray from a fifth class city to fourth class.
1914s - N. B. Stubblefield, Ada and Helen lived on Foster's land between Feb. 1914 and Jan. 1, 1915.
1914s - One of the many fires over the years, a destructive blaze burnt the James Carter home (Nathan B. Stubblefield place) on North 16th street.
1914s - PATENT: Bernard Stubblefield was granted patent for headlight.
1914s - The NBS Trust of 1914, handed over to Bernard, the 23-year-old son of Nathan, all of the NBS stock which represented equity in such illustrious early- day inventors as Stubblefield, Marconi, Alexanderson, Reginald Fessenden, Tesla, De Forest, Ambrose Fleming, and Armstrong, all members of the SMART-DAAF group.
1914s 0217 - N. B. Stubblefield's lawsuit against children settled, on February 17.
1914s 0217 - Stubblefield Property Settlement. Grantors Ada Mae Stubblefield and children, Nathan Franklin, Oliver and Helen Stubblefield received title to land, recorded in deed book 32 page 496 in Calloway County.
1914t 1201 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 1,119,732 378 Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy, Filed Jan. 18, 1902, Granted Dec. 1, 1914.
1914t - Tesla started to exhibit pronounced symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder in the years following. He became obsessed with the number three; he often felt compelled to walk around a block three times before entering a building, demanded a stack of three folded, cloth napkins beside his plate at every meal, etc. The nature of OCD was little understood at the time and no treatments were available, so his symptoms were considered by some to be evidence of partial insanity
1914t -1918 - Following the same principle, Tesla constructs his speed indicators, gets patents for them, sells them to Waltham Watch Company and achieves commercial success with them.

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