Alexander Graham Bell's Invention Of The Telephone

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Did you know that Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone? Alexander was constantly working on scientific experiments and he became a famous man. Now, hundreds of thousands people can communicate through phones. Bell also worked on a school to help the deaf to enroll. His invention helps life today because we can now communicate through technology called the telephone.

Alexander’s Father established a school for the deaf to learn and Alexander also helped the deaf learn. He also inspired the world around him. Alexander made a system to teach the deaf to speak. In 1874, he thought to invent a telephone for the people to communicate. Bell married a woman named Mabel Hubbard. The deaf could now gain knowledge because Alexander taught
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Bell thought the telephone would be great for people to talk together. Bell moved a lot so he had to memorize his speech about the telephone. Alexander began to promote the telephone and improve on the telegraph. Bell made life easier by inventing the telephone so we can communicate from far away.

Alexander made the telephone in 1876. Bell sketched out the telegraph to give him an idea of how to make the telephone. The first call on the telephone was on March 10th, 1876. Alexander was born on March 3, 1847, in Edinburgh, Scotland and died on August 2, in Nova, Canada at the age 75. Alexander does very important things like inventing the telephone. Alexander thought the telephone would change the way people to communicate but it did not because we communicate to people when they are close if we can go see them.

Alexander had 500 court problems some leading to supreme court because he sued the Western Union Telegraph company because they tried to make their own telephone invention. He refused to have the telephone in his study because he thought it would hurt his study. The telephone was limited on sending 1 message at a time. Alexander’s mother was deaf so for Alexander to communicate with her by sign language. Alexander tried to sell the telephone in the 1800’s to the Western Union Company but they scoffed the idea because the thought it was a

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