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Posted By: Walt Mathers on: 12/01/2004 21:03:48 EDT|
Subject: RE: Wood's Plan of Telegraphic Instruction (1864)
Let he who has ears hear and he who has eyes let him see what fine efforts and accomplishment Mr. Hageman has made of but a very small portion of what is forthcoming from the Signal Corps Association's archive.|
Personally, I think the posting of Wood's Plan of Telegraphic Instruction the most significant piece of cyberly introduced hisitory of wire telegraphy advancement since the introduction of the works of Pope, Maver and even Smith.
It ranks with Shaffner's 1859 Telegraph Manual as a completely period work on the subject.
Should you know of other allied sites that, in your opinion, should consider linking to our PDF pages on Wood's Plan, please do not hesitate to E-wire them with this Address:
Incidentally, the oval rubber 'on-file' stamp, seen on the publisher/printer's page, was a gift to us from Washington State Representative Kevin Saville.
Way to Go Fellas!
Signal Corps Association Re-enactors' Division (SCARD)