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Making the Splice between the Shore End and the Ocean Cable ca

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Making the Splice between the Shore End and the Ocean Cable. Artist: Robert Charles Dudley (British, 1826-1909); Date: ca. 1866; Medium: Oil on

Making the Splice between the Shore End and the Ocean Cable. Artist: Robert Charles Dudley (British, 1826-1909). Dimensions: 22 3/4 x 33 1/4 in.

Landing northern cable shore end at Cuckold Cove

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Making splice on lighter of Cuckold Cove. Landing northern cable shore end at Cuckold Cove. Lighter in Cuckold Cove,

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Landing at Newfoundland, ca. 1866

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Landing the first successful cable at Newfoundland in 1866

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