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Scientific American, 1902 - "The Latest Advance in Wireless Telephony"
http://www.earlyradiohistory.us/1902stb.htm

BY WALDON FAWCETT;
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   The latest and one of the most interesting systems of wireless communication with which experiments have recently been conducted is the invention of Nathan Stubblefield, of Murray, Ky., an electrical engineer who is the patentee of a number of devices both in this country and abroad. The Stubblefield system differs from that originated by Marconi in that utilization is made of the electrical currents of the earth instead of the ethereal waves employed by the Italian inventor, and which, by the way, it is now claimed, are less powerful and more susceptible to derangement by electrical disturbances than the currents found in the earth and water. In this new system, however, as in that formulated by Marconi, a series of vibrations is created, and what is known as the Hertzian electrical wave currents are used.

The Atlanta Constitution, March 9, 1902
"Kentucky Inventor Solves Problem of Wireless Telephony"
http://earlyradiohistory.us/1902ken.htm

Professor M. L. Pence, who has the chair of physics at the Kentucky State college, and whose theory as to why the earth is a magnet created a sensation in the scientific world some months ago, was seen in regard to the Stubblefield experiments, which seem to have a bearing on his theory. He said:

Our Wonderful Progress, 1902 - "Telephoning Without Wires," By Trumbull White http://earlyradiohistory.us/1902stu.htm

  We have had the telephone for more than a quarter of a century in practical working use, and have begun to think of it no longer as extraordinary. In truth, however, the advances and improvements in the ordinary telephone since the first successful experiments were made, mark almost as great progress as did the original invention itself.

Radio News, January, 1925 - "Radio vs. Wireless," By Edward C. Hubert
http://earlyradiohistory.us/1925rvw.htm

Why FireWire and Watermelon Patches? Because it was the green patches where Nathan placed his aeriol rods around his 86 acres to create the WiFi and WiMAX 187 Teléph-on-délgreen phenominum. • Photo: Nikola Tesla & Nathan - 1902.

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The first voice broadcast from a ship was conducted by the Kentucky inventor, Nathan Stubblefield, on March 20, 1902.

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It's hard to believe, in today's WiFi world, but these wireless pioneers also weathered their share of skeptics and roadblocks before their work was embraced by the public.

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March 20, 1902, and received patent number 887,357 for wireless telephone on May 12, 1908.

Lives of a Cell The story of a man who invented the precursor to the cell phone, and suffered greatly because of his invention.
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KEELYTECH: Nathan B. Stubblefield 1860 - 1928
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It was many years ago when I first came across Nathan Stubblefield's patent for an "Earth Battery."

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We do not know the secret of the earth charge as Nathan Stubblefield determined it. Others since his time have observed fluctuations at certain times of the ...
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Nathan Stubblefield Patent Lived Kentucky Murray Wireless / Economic Expert; Haslam, Garth, "Stubblefield's Wireless". Anomalies, Mysteries, or Curiosities. "Nathan Stubblefield.".Find A Grave; "Stubblefield Cell," Icehouse.net. ... Cached - Similar pages

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Draper Journal - Classifieds, News, Business and Events in Draper ... / It was built in the 1920s and was originally an icehouse. Stubblefield, a lifelong Draper resident and former president of the Draper Chamber of Commerce, ... Cached - Similar pages

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The Atlanta Constitution, March 9, 1902
"Kentucky Inventor Solves Problem of Wireless Telephone" - Nathan Stubblefield
(Written for The Sunny South.)

THROUGH wood, brick, mortar and solid stone; through blocks of business houses, over long distance, through city streets, uninterrupted by the noise of traffic, Nathan Stubblefield, an inventor of Murray, Ky., has transmitted the sound of human voice without wires.

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Nathan B. Stubblefield Patents
U.S. Patent 329,864 Patent - "Lighting device" - November 3, 1885.
U.S. Patent 378,183 Patent - "Mechanical telephone" - February 21, 1888.
* U.S. Patent 600,457 Patent - "Electric battery" - March 8, 1898.
* U.S. Patent 887,357 Patent - "Wireless Telephone" - May 12, 1908.
* Canadian Patent 114,737 -- "Wireless Telephone" - dated, October 20, 1908.

Making the Hillsides Blossom With Light Telephoning without Wires.
I have solved the problem of telephoning without wires through the earth as Signor Marconi has of sending signals through space. But, I can also telephone without wires through space as well as through the earth, because my medium is everywhere.
I have solved the problem of telephoning without wires through the earth as Signor Marconi has of sending signals through space."
"The past is nothing. I have perfected now the greatest invention the world has ever known. I have taken light from the air and the earth, as I did sound."

Directory: Nathan Stubblefield - From PESWiki "Nathan Stubblefield's Electrical Battery"

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The Legend - Variations - The Rest of the Story - Bibliography
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The newspaper article won Stubblefield an invitation to demonstrate his invention in Washington, DC. At this demonstration one of his boxes was placed on a steamship, the Bartholdi, on the Potomac River, while a number of other boxes were positioned along the shore at sites of the users' choosing. Communication between the boxes -- including the one on the ship -- was fantastically clear. Stubblefield also demonstrated his wireless telephone in Philadelphia and New York that same year.

WapediaWiki: Nathan Stubblefield
In 1903, he could transmit 375 feet without earth connections, using induction. In 1904, he could transmit 423 yards. The total wire required for the transmitting and receiving coils was of a greater length than what would be required to simply interconnect the transmitter and receiver, but the invention would allow mobility.
By 1907, with a 60 foot transmitting coil, he could work 1/4 mile or 1320 feet "nicely." On May 12, 1908, he received U.S. patent 887,357 for his Wireless Telephone, using the voice frequency induction system. He said in the patent that it would be useful for "securing telephonic communications between moving vehicles and way stations".
The diagram shows wireless telephony from trains, boats, and wagons. In foreign patents he showed wireless telephony with cars. U he was using voice-modulated continuous high frequency waves, as used for radio today. [1]
2006/Imagespeople/%23FessendenWin1928Suit108w.jpgReginald Fessenden had already made a widely heard radio voice broadcast, using a rotary spark gap transmitter, on December 24, 1906.

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Nathan Beverley Stubblefield, 1860 - 1928
His initial experiments involved the development and examination of simple earth batteries: buried metallic arrangements, which produced weak electrolytic power, during the early stages of this charge building process, the characteristic weak output was observed. This was usually a volt at half an amp, the general electrolytic output of buried metals.
However, if properly placed, the energetic output of his cell would be phenomenal. Finding such a power point, he buried one of his cells. The process took a week or more to build strength. Once the cell was "saturated" it became (in his words) "a conduit of earth charge.
"Stubblefield simply stated that the fully saturated coil suddenly "manifested an electromotive force far greater than any known wet-cell." This state being achieved, the current flowed in "commercial electrical volumes." Stubblefield developed a peculiar bi-metallic induction coil which, when buried, draw up sufficient electrical power to operate lamps and other appliances which he designed and tested.

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One of the main pioneers of this unique energy source was Nathan Stubblefield. Stubblefield claimed he could send messages through the air without wires. On January 1, 1902 Stubblefield and his son Bernard had set up two boxes 200 ft apart that were not connected in any visible way.
Not one of these later systems ever achieved the same results of clarity, tone, and volume of Stubblefield ground telephony.

/ImagesAdSideClicks/TimeLine00MAIN46w.jpg Internet Archives Library - A Chronological History of Electrical Development from 600 B.C.
1892 NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD ( ) demonstrates a radio broadcast.
In 1902 he gave a public exhibition of his invention in Fairmont Park, Philadelphia, his voice being heard a mile from the transmitter. He was granted Patent No. 887,357, May 12, 1908.

1892 The General Electric Company is organized and incorporated April 15 by a consolidation of the Edison General Electric Co.

Making the Hillside Blossom with Light
Two weeks before his death, Stubblefield visited with a neighbor, Mrs. L. E. Owen. He asked her to write his story. He said, "I've lived fifty years before my time." The past is nothing.

"The Real Father of Radio"
By Lorenzo Milam from material in article by Thos. Hoffer in THE JOURNAL OF BROADCASTING. Summer 1971. Also found in The Original Sex and Broadcasting, by Lorenzo Milam Lorenzo Milam from material in article by Thos. Hoffer in

Nathan Stubblefield - Forgotten Genius Of Wireless Phones From Jack C. Robinson
"Kentucky farmer invents wireless telephone" blared the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on January 12, 1902. The full-page feature article described the remarkable natural-conduction device invented by Nathan Stubblefield, a 42-year-old melon farmer who'd devoted every spare hour and penny he had to establishing telephone service in his hometown, Murray, Ky. This time--his third attempt at connecting the widely separated households in the area--Stubblefield was sure he had Ma Bell by the horns.

"Earth Energy and Vocal Radio" Nathan Stubblefield VISIONARY
"Lost Science" by Gerry Vassilatos
They were powered by an extraordinary receiver of ground electricity, which produced great quantities of a strange "electricity."
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SMART DAAF BOYS - The history of radio and tevision and the life and style of Nathan B. Stubblefield. A Four-Volume-Set written by Troy Cory-Stubblefield and Josie Cory, Desktop Dictionary: Research: Co-Author: Mark Sova. Includes the Cory/Woods/Harris Washington D.C. demonstrations in 1992 at the Smithsonian. Elliot Sivowitch in attendance.

Edwards, Frank 1959 - "Neglected Genius," Stranger Than Science, Lyle Stuart, Inc., pgs. 9-11 [NOTE: I've found that most of the stories that Edwards presents in Stranger Than Science are originally from accounts in FATE Magazine, for which he wrote several articles and was apparently a regular reader. So, it seems likely there is an account of Stubblefield's wireless somewhere within the pages of FATE, which I will check on.]

Hoffer, Thomas W. 1971 - "Nathan B. Stubblefield and His Wireless Telephone," Journal of Broadcasting, Vol. XV, No.3, Summer 1971, pg. 317-329.

Horten, L.J. - 1937 - "Another 'Inventor of Radio," Broadcasting and Broadcast Advertising, January 1, 1937, pg. 32 [NOTE: The entire text of a radio broadcast made by Horton is quoted within the text of this article, and this is what is referenced here.] Kane, Joseph Nathan.

1933 - "Radio Broadcast," Famous First Facts, 1933, pg. 423 Lambert, Edward C.

1970 - "Let's hear it for Bernard Stubblefield!", TV Guide, October 10, 1970, pg. 18-20 Monument (author unknown).

1930 - Text from the Stubblefield monument on the campus of the Murray State College in Murray, Kentucky. It reads thus: HERE IN 1902 NATHAN B. STUBBLEFIELD 1860 - 1928 INVENTOR OF RADIO -- BROADCAST AND RECEIVED THE HUMAN VOICE BY WIRELESS. HE MADE EXPERIMENTS 10 YEARS EARLIER. HIS HOME WAS 100 FEET WEST.

Sivowitch, Elliot N. 1970 - "A Technological Survey of Broadcasting's 'Pre-History,' 1876-1920," Journal of Broadcasting, Vol. XV, No.1, Winter 970-1971, pg. 1-20.

World Book:
1961a - "Induction, Electric," World Book Encyclopedia, Vol. 9, 1961, pg. 178
1961b - "Radio, History," World Book Encyclopedia, Vol. 15, 1961, pg. 87.

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