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At the end of June, he was sent to Annapolis as part of a relay with the capitol, but during that time, operators were "moved from place to place as the occasion required." Jesse Bunnell's tenure on the relay may have allowed him to serve Lincoln, as history maintains.

Lincoln used the War Department's telegraph office as a refuge for relative peace and quite.

At a desk unofficially reserved for him, Lincoln wrote part of his Emancipation Proclamation and his second inaugural address ("...

with malice towards none ...") Lincoln sent his last telegram, two days before his assassination, to Richmond opposing reconvening the Virginia Legislature.

Bunnell manufactured and supplied telegraphy and other electronic equipment for the military from the time of the Spanish American War through the present. II, the Bunnell Company employed 600 people, in a number of manufacturing plants, to produce a variety of electrical and communications items. Originally manufactured by several suppliers, the Navy 26003A Flame Proof key was manufactured to meet the Table of Equipment needs for ships and planes. These beautiful miniatures werent just novelties, but were used in noisy environments, for private message reception, and were even rumored to be used by spies!

Bunnell also made keys for Great Britain's military. During the last three decades of production (ending in 1988), J. The miniatures were sold to ardent telegraphers and presented as special awards.

From about June of 1862 to August of 1864, Bunnell served with the Army of the Potomac as General Mc Clellan's personal telegrapher, with the sign MC, and with Sherman's Army of the Cumberland through the bloody battles in Tennessee and on to Atlanta. And in 1879 he hired Charles Mc Laughlin as a partner in charge of sales and administration, while Jesse concentrated on manufacturing and innovations.

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Most photographs show the style W, with a spring tensioner. Ghegan became president and introduced many electrical innovations. Bunnell continued producing telegraph equipment through 1988 for Mexico and other Latin American countries. As one of the country's main telegraphic manufacturers, examples of Bunnell telegraph equipment can be found displayed in the Smithsonian's Museum of American History, various railroad museums, and other communications museums.

Bunnell was also heavily into other electrical devices, as noted in an article about the Bunnell Wave Motor - published in 1898 in the "Electrical Engineer." Bunnell, like many other manufacturers, had their castings made for them by specialty houses. With the introduction of the semi-automatic telegraph key (generally refered to as a bug), Bunnell produced and won the right to use the generic "bug" design.

Being born one year before Morse's invention, provided Jesse with a fertile field to become a champion telegrapher, wartime operator and establish the company, bearing his name - J. After the attack on Fort Sumter, in April 1861, Jesse, not yet 18, joined the Union Military Telegraph Service (UMTS), which had been recently organized by Andrew Carnegie, who was an operator himself at age 15.

Becoming a messenger boy at age 11, subjected to cannon fire, long hours, hunger, and privations, he nevertheless found time to stand up for better pay, witnessed a wired observation balloon ascension, played practical jokes and earned the respect of the generals and colleagues with whom he worked. By age 11, Jesse was delivering telegraph messages and at 13 he was a full-fledged telegraph operator serving at offices in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia from 1859-61.

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Most photographs show the style W, with a spring tensioner. Ghegan became president and introduced many electrical innovations. Bunnell continued producing telegraph equipment through 1988 for Mexico and other Latin American countries. As one of the country's main telegraphic manufacturers, examples of Bunnell telegraph equipment can be found displayed in the Smithsonian's Museum of American History, various railroad museums, and other communications museums.

Bunnell was also heavily into other electrical devices, as noted in an article about the Bunnell Wave Motor - published in 1898 in the "Electrical Engineer." Bunnell, like many other manufacturers, had their castings made for them by specialty houses. With the introduction of the semi-automatic telegraph key (generally refered to as a bug), Bunnell produced and won the right to use the generic "bug" design.

Being born one year before Morse's invention, provided Jesse with a fertile field to become a champion telegrapher, wartime operator and establish the company, bearing his name - J. After the attack on Fort Sumter, in April 1861, Jesse, not yet 18, joined the Union Military Telegraph Service (UMTS), which had been recently organized by Andrew Carnegie, who was an operator himself at age 15.

Becoming a messenger boy at age 11, subjected to cannon fire, long hours, hunger, and privations, he nevertheless found time to stand up for better pay, witnessed a wired observation balloon ascension, played practical jokes and earned the respect of the generals and colleagues with whom he worked. By age 11, Jesse was delivering telegraph messages and at 13 he was a full-fledged telegraph operator serving at offices in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia from 1859-61.

Jesse observed one of the few ascensions of a wired balloon operated by a balloonist and a telegraph operator to relay troop movements and dispositions.