Smoke signals were used to communicate with other people from far away when they were in trouble and needed help.
Old Indian tribes would have special signals to communicate to there own tribe that was far away.
Because anyone could see the smoke signals, the sender and the receiver of the smoke signals had their own special code.
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Smoke signals is a long form of long distance communication. These signals were used in Ancient China and by the Native Americans and Yamanas.
Smoke signals for example.
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No they used sign language and smoke signals
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The native Americans used smoke signals primarily for communication and for marked location. They also began service for use on U.S. aircraft carriers, and for runways at airports.
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Smoke signals were being used in prehistory. Nobody really knows when smoke signals were first put into use, because smoke can't be fossilized and carbon dated, the ash from the fire would be blown away and dispursed into the ground, and we can't tell if the Homo Hibilis who was tending the fire got any burns on his fingers to date the fire.
Smoke signals and carrier pigeons. Or possibly even the telephone.