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  • Young Alexander Graham Bell
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    Alexander Graham Bell Alexander Graham Bell is a name of great significance in American history today. A skillful inventor and generous philanthropist, he astounded the world with his intuitive ideas that proved to be both innovative and extremely practical in the latter half of the 19th century. Most notable, of course, are Bell's work in developing the telephone and his venerable life-long endeavor to educate the deaf. Originally, his only wish was to help deaf people overcome their difficulty...
  • Alexander Graham Bell
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    Alexander Graham Bell, a man who best known for inventing the telephone. Most people don't know he spent the majority of his life teaching and helping the deaf. Educating the hearing impaired is what he wished to be remembered for. Bell was born on March 3, 1847, in Edinburgh, Scotland. His mother was a painter of miniature portraits and also loved to play the piano even though she was nearly deaf. Aleck's mother knew that he had a talent for music and always encouraged him to play (Matthews 12)...
  • Alexander Bell And Mabel Hubbard
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    April I 87 I Alexander Bell moves ot Boston where again he teaches deaf people at the Clarke School for Deat Mutes, Boston Massachustetsand also the American Asylum for the Death, Hartford Connecticut I 873 Alexander Bell becomes a Professor of Elocution and Vocal Physiology for the University of Boston two of his death students will be of vital importance to the invention of the phone, having wealthy parents they get Alexander Bell into contact with people that have money to finance his inventi...
  • Bell's Interest In Speech And Communication
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    The importance of Alexander Graham Bell on today's society is visible, or rather audible, every day and everywhere. First and foremost, Alexander Graham Bell was a prolific teacher of the deaf. This is what he considered to be his true life's work, but only one of the many important things he did. Through his research of speech and sound, and his creative mind, he would become one of the most influential inventors in modern history. His own definition of an inventor, "A man who looks upon the wo...
  • Bell's Invention Of The Telephone
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    Alexander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone grew out of his research into ways to improve the telegraph. His soul purpose was to help the deaf hear again. Alexander Graham Bell was not trying to invent the telephone, he was just trying to help out people in need. Young Alexander Graham Bell, Aleck as his family knew him, took to reading and writing at a precociously young age. Bell family lore told of his insistence upon mailing a letter to a family friend well before he had grasped any u...
  • Bell's Telephone
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    On March 3, 1847, Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. He relieved his education at Edinburgh University and University College, London. He then moved to Ontario, Canada wit his parents in 1870. Both his father and grandfather spent their lives studying human speech and teaching the deaf to speak. Alexander followed in their footsteps. Alexander's main goal in life was to help the deaf. In the year 1870, Bell began teaching deaf students in Boston, Massachusetts. The next year ...
  • Watson And Alexander
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    Alexander Graham Bell Alexander Graham Bell was born in 1847. As a child He took after his grandfather who was an actor who entertained people with his voice. Alexanders mother, who was deaf, would have people talk to her through her ear tube, which amplifies speech by talking through a object that looked like a horn. Alexander choose to talk to his mother by speaking in low tones very close to her forehead. Alexander thought that his mother would be able to 'hear' him by the vibrations his voic...
  • Bell Telephone Company
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    General Biographical information Bell was born on March 3, 1847, in Edinburgh, Scotland, and educated at the universities of Edinburgh and London. He went to Canada in 1870 and to the United States in 1871. In the United States he began teaching deaf-mutes, publicizing a system called visible speech. The system, which was made by his father, the Scottish teacher Alexander Melville Bell, shows how the lips, tongue, and throat are used in the articulation of sound. In 1872 Bell made a school for d...
  • Great Invention Of Alexander Gram Bell
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    He was a great man. Alexander Gram Bell that is, he is awesome. He created many things. He invented the telephone and the light bulb. With ought the telephone, we would have hard time communicating these days. Practically everyone uses the telephone. Most people use the light bulb also. This was a great invention of Alexander Gram Bell. It would be annoying if we didn't have electricity and had to use lanterns all the time, even though people do that... the Amish. Alexander Gram Bell is a great ...
  • Alexander Graham Bell
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    Reference Material Alexander Graham Bell was born in 1847. As a child He took after his grandfather who was an actor who entertained people with his voice. Alexanders mother, who was deaf, would have people talk to her through her ear tube, which amplifies speech by talking through a object that looked like a horn. Alexander choose to talk to his mother by speaking in low tones very close to her forehead. Alexander thought that his mother would be able to "hear" him by the vibrations his voice p...
  • Alexander Graham Bell Association For The Deaf
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    Alexander Graham Bell Alexander Graham Bell is of great importance in the world of communications. He is best known for his invention, the telephone. He is also known for his association with teaching the deaf and being the president of National Geographic. His background and early education had a great influence on his career. He was born on March 3, 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland. His father, Alexander Melville Bell, taught deaf mutes to speak, wrote textbooks on correct speech. His father was th...
  • Bell's Contribution To Deaf People
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    Alexander Graham bell was a very important man, not only to Canada but to the whole world as well, and it was not an easy road to success. His contributions to the world of communication were unmatched by any one. This essay will be arguing the facts about Bell that have been stated through 3 main topics, which are, Bell's contribution to deaf people. Graham Bell made a contribution to the communication world. Finally he ran into many problems while in innovations were occurring. Alexander made ...

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