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Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone By: Savanna Williams
Introduction Alexander Graham Bell is most famous for his invention of the telephone Bell was also a teacher for people who were deaf and mute
Background Alexander Graham Bell was born in Scotland in 1847 Bell moved to America in 1871 He began work on his first invention at the age of 12 His family and close friends called him Aleck
The Telephone Bell was interested in speech and sound because both his mother and wife were deaf The first words transmitted across the telephone were, Watson, come here; I want you
How Has the Telephone Made Life Better? The telephone makes it easier to communicate If there is an emergency, dial 911 on the telephone for help
What I Learned: Alexander Graham Bell was very smart Bell thought it was important to help teach the deaf and mute He invented many things, including the telephone
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