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    Alexander Graham bell was born on March 3, 1847. Alexander’s parents were Alexander Melville bell and Eliza grace Symonds bell. He had two brothers Melville James bell and Edward charles bell. He also lived with his grandfather Alexander bell. the middle name “Graham” was added into the family when Alexander was ten. Alexander had education with his mom well know as homeschool. Later on he received formal education at a private school.Then he went for two years at Edinburgh Royal High School. He left high school when he was 15 “He initially attended University of Edinburgh and then the University College, London, England, but did not received a formal education comparable to his peers in Victorian Britain. In 1870, after…

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    Alexander Graham Bell Have you ever loved doing something so much that you want to pursue a career in it? Well imagine a person who worked very hard at what they loved doing and became a triple threat. Alexander Graham Bell was a very significant historical figure to this nation. He invented and conducted experiments for things that help us humans make our lives easier everyday. Also, he has helped people with disabilities not lose the privilege of knowledge. Alexander Graham Bell was a…

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    Alexander Graham Bell was an inventive man who changed the future with everything that he invented. He was a man who started out with teaching the deaf how to communicate. He didn’t just randomly start inventing things. Alexander Graham Bell revolutionized the world with his telephone, schools for the deaf, his other inventions, his integrity as a man and with his family, even though he did not always receive the credit he was due. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, and…

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    written filled with tons of information, however Bruce doesn’t become as intimate with inspirations of Alexander Graham Bell or the actual telephone being built. To begin, Bruce briefly mentions George Sanders in a few sentences. Such a simple name, but a huge impact to Bell being his first deaf student that he had taught (90-91). From prior research, it is said that George Sanders later went on in life becoming successful in thanks to Bell, however it would’ve been more resourceful if Bruce…

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    Alexander Graham Bell is most commonly recognized as the inventor of the telephone, but in actuality he has contributed so much more to life as we know it today. He has eighteen patents in his name as well as twelve patents that he shared with others. Alexander Graham Bell also invented the first metal detector which he used to try and locate a bullet from President James Garfield. This was unsuccessful but it led to a thirst for more knowledge. Since this was unsuccessful, President James…

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    How Alexander Graham Bell Changed the World Have you ever wondered who invented the magnificent telephone? Well, it was Alexander Graham Bell! He invented the telephone in the year of 1876 and from that point forward, the world of communication would be much more efficient. Alexander Graham Bell was born in Scotland in the year of 1847. He was a teacher of the deaf. Bell is even listed as one of the founders of the National Geographic Society. Bell was also the inventor of many things. Overall,…

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    In addition to the wide catalog of innovative technology on display, the Exhibition was very well known for hosting some of the most iconic inventors in history. “One new invention which interested hardly anybody, yet which would affect the nation profoundly, was Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone. It attracted less notice than the packages of magic tricks on sale nearby” (Brown 132-133). Although Bell was not a United States citizen at the time, his invention was displayed on American soil and…

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    Alexander Graham Bell was significant to the world because he created a faster and more efficient way of communication by inventing the telephone. Bell’s father, grandfather, and brother has all been associated with work on speech, and both his mother and wife were deaf, profoundly influencing Bell's life's work. At the age of twenty three, Alexander Graham Bell moved to Canada with his parents. His research on hearing and speech at Boston University further led him to experiences with…

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    Alexander Graham Bell, (1847–1922) was a teacher, scientist, and innovator. He was born in Scotland, on March 3, 1847. During his childhood, sparkle of interest in linguistic had been found by reading Shakespeare and studying theater. In his 20s, Bell started working with his father to teach deaf students to speak in Canada. In 1871, Bell moved to Boston, where he opened a school for teachers of the deaf. He began a series of experiments using electronic devices to copy human speech. Bell…

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    away? Alexander Graham Bell, a Scottish-born scientist, born on March 3, 1847 changed the world on March 7, 1876. He invented the telephone and started a new progressive era. Not only did Alexander invent the telephone and other objects but he had a passion for deaf people or helping inventing a better life for them. He deserves a significant place in history because he taught them beneficial things happen when you follow your dreams. Alexander is significant to history because he pursued his…

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