TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2 HISTORY OF TELEPHONE 3 Early Telephone Development 3 The Beginning (1876-1900) 4 The New Century (1901-1940) 6 Modern Time (1940-Today) 6 CONCLUSION 7 REFERECENCE 8 INTRODUCTION A few centuries ago, there were only a few kinds of communication that people can use. They could speak to each other, they can use smoke as a means of communication to send their message from one place to another or they could use mail. Later on, they also had telegram.
under the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. They claimed that history of the Act did not allow the FDA to regulate the tobacco products. The United States District Court ruled that the Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act allowed the FDA to regulate tobacco product as a device, but under section 360 (e) the agency had overstepped its authority to promote and advertise tobacco products. The Court of Appeals for the fourth circuit reversed the decision of District Court, holding that FDA had no jurisdiction to regulate
But now, after reiterated [repeated] menaces, Mexico has passed the boundary of the United States, has invaded our territory and shed American blood upon the American soil. She has proclaimed that hostilities have commenced [begun], and that the two nations are now at war. . . . — President James K. Polk, Message to Congress, May 11, 1846 3 Based on this passage, state one reason President Polk asked Congress to declare war on Mexico
Reconstruction and Industrialization After the Civil War, the nation witnessed two major social-economic movements: Reconstruction and Industrialization, which changed the country completely and made it one of the greatest industrialized countries in the world. However, it changed not only the country, but also, the society, its way of life and traditions. The effort to rebuild the southern states and restore the Union was known as Reconstruction, a period that lasted from 1865 to 1877.
Postal Service Over the past 400 years the way that people connect with one another has evolved from telegrams, telegraphs, letters, telephones, e-mail, and even social media websites. Although all of these changes have taken place, one thing still remains the same, the need for the United States Postal Service. In the early 1600’s colonies relied on friends, merchants, Native Americans, and even slaves to deliver their messages from town to town. In 1639 the first postal organization came to town
odUS History Review Test 18 The Rise of Industrial America, 1865 - 1900 1. The World’s Columbian Exposition in 1892 was [A] a meeting held in the District of Columbia to expose industrial working conditions. [B] the Chicago World’s Fair. [C] a summit conference of North and South American governments held in Colombia to promote industrial development in the Americas. [D] the first international labor relations conference held at Columbia University in New York City. [E] the meeting held in Chicago
Throughout history, America was faced with many problems socially, economically, politically, and technologically. But America has also experienced many great successes in these areas as well. Some opportunities were seized, while others were wasted. We can learn from our past failures and successes and take what we have learned from them forward with us into the future, to help build and maintain a better America. The Gilded Age, during the late 1800’s, was a time in America where we experienced
Preventing Terrorism in the United States is a hard thing to overcome, but the government is trying their best to control and prevent terrorist attacks from happening. “The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, were a turning point in American history and demonstrated that the government must have the authority necessary to defend against future attacks, including the right to use the best technology to intercept potentially conspiratorial communications (Jacobs and Newton 1). Having advanced
the end user of products & services. Antitrust law makes products & services more affordable by lowing the prices & better products as well as services. Antitrust law have made it harder for companies to survive because of the level of competition, so only the best survives, companies who fail to meet & understand the needs of customers slowly elope due to the competitive battle. “When competitors agree to fix prices, rig bids, or allocate (divide up) customers, consumers lose the
traditional tribal methods involving a spike dipped into ink and repeatedly hammered to put the ink into your dermal layer, or hand poking the ink in with a bamboo shoot to make intricate shading and colors. But the method we will focus on is the American