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Alexander Graham Bell

By For Most People, The Name Alexander Graham Bell Conjures Up The Man Who Helped Invent The Telephone In And While Bell Was Responsible For Radically Changing How The World Communicates, There Was Far More To His Life Than Just One Invention, Both Good, Bad. Take A Look At Some Of The Lesser-Known Facts About The Inventor Who Made It Possible For Us To Stay Connected.

Alexander Graham Bell with teachers and students from the Scott Circle School for deaf children in Washington, D.C. Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress), Wikimedia //Public domainAlexander Graham Bell was born on March 3, 1847, in Edinburgh, Scotland, and from a young age, he was primed for a future in innovative thinking. Alexander Graham Bell invented more than one way to communicate. Alexander Graham Bell makes the first phone call between New York and Chicago. Bell Telephone Memorial Society, Wikimedia //Public domainAlexander Graham Bell died on August 2, 1922, at age 75 as a result of complications from diabetes. Famous Alexander Graham Bell Quotes: