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    graham bell was a one of the major contributors to the creation of the telephone alongside Thomas A Watson. Bell was born on March 3, 1847, in Edinburgh, scotland. As a child Bell was homeschooled and received one year of education in a private school, in addition he also received two years of education in Edinburgh’s Royal High School. Alexander G. Bell was not a very good academic student, yet showed promise in the world of solving issues. At age 12, Bell created a machine that removed husks from the wheat. He built this device while playing in a grain mill, he noticed the long and demanding struggles of husking the wheat, then he went home and built a device…

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    The telephone was needed to communicate with others at important times and at long distances quickly and cheaply. It also was used to talk with friends or family more often. The late 1800’s needed this invention because it was hard to get messages around the world so quickly before it. You also couldn’t see the faces of the person you were talking to, this was made possible after changes were made. There were many problems that came up though. A problem was that Bell made a telephone company…

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    The telephone Influenced society in a way most would know and acknowlege. The telephone is and instrument which converts sound, specifically the human voice, to electrical impulses of various frequencies and then back to a tone that sounds like the original voice. The first telephone was inveted by Alexander Graham Bel. Alexander brought together the world’s first telephone, using parts frome a shop of electrical equipment and the skill of his assistant Thomas Watson. In 1876, at the age of 29…

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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 …

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    Although Bell had won the previous battle against Western Union, the battle of who provided better service was not over. In 1879, The Edison Telephone Company of London Ltd. was registered and began to work on Edison telephone patents. The first official exchange by The Edison Telephone Company of London Ltd. was opened on September 6, in London with 10 initial subscribers, but by February The Edison Telephone Company of London Ltd had had opened two other exchanges. The company now served a…

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    Graham Bell A great and influential man named Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on March 3, 1847 to Eliza Grace Symonds and Alexander Melville Bell. Bell’s father had a huge influence on is his future career. He was a professor of speech elocution at the University of Edinburgh. Alexander M. Bell’s reliable books about elocution and speech were very successful. He started Visible Speech for the blind. Bell’s mother was deaf which also influenced his work. Without…

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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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    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 discovered that…

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    communication in 2015. In the late 1800s the telephone was invented; however, today, in 2015, the telephone has improved drastically since the late 1800s. In this essay, the comparisons between telephones in the late 1800s and 2015 are far and in-between; however, the contrasts are easily found. Another thing that will be contrasted and compared in this essay is how other communications have changed, from the telegraph to computers or texting. The closing element that will be compared and…

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    We remembered to stay close to the field so that we could hear the calls for water. The conversation was so intense we mistakenly walked further than regular. Next, I distinctly remember hearing loud ship like bells ringing. Around the plantation, bells ringing meant two things: runaway or fire. Abraham and I, heard the bells and looked at each other with fear. We quickly made our way back to the path to led us by the water stations. As we got closer, we heard dogs barking and seconds later we…

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