New Times Article Written By Santa Fe College’s Professor Sean Trainor

Painted portrait of American artist and inventor Samuel Morse (1791 - 1872), who invented the Morse code system used in sending messages by telegraph, circa 1850. He poses beside a telegraph device. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Painted portrait of American artist and inventor Samuel Morse (1791 – 1872), who invented the Morse code system used in sending messages by telegraph, circa 1850. He poses beside a telegraph device. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Dr. Sean Trainor, who teaches History and Humanities at Santa Fe College, has had an article posted on April 27, 2016 in Time Magazine’s online edition. The article is entitled “What the Digital Age Owes to the Inventor of Morse Code”. Samuel Morse was an early America leading geographer and the minister of a venerable Congregationalist church in Massachusetts. Now known as the inventor of Morse Code, and the telegraph system, the article describes how he may have reasoned on how and why the now famous code could be used for political advancements via an evolution in communications.

Follow this link to the article in the Times:  Professor Sean Trainor TIMES Magazine Article