Alexander Graham Bell: The Inventor Of The Telephone

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The Inventor of the Telephone

Inventor, teacher, science extraordinaire is what most people would say if they heard the name Alexander Graham Bell. Bell was a young man who changed society with his one creation. Alexander Graham Bell made a difference in the world because he improved communication, by inventing the telephone. He introduced a new form of connection to the world after his invention. He left a legacy as the first person to make a device that could talk to you through a wire. Early on Bell was an intelligent person with a curiosity for sounds and inventing. Bell was born on March 3, 1847 and he was raised in a family of intelligent scientists and teachers. Even though Bell was smart in every subject his curiosity got the better of him, which made him a horrible student. Since Bell had a curiosity of sounds and vibrations he made numerous inventions like the de-husker, that could husk corn efficiently. A few years later he moved to London to live with his strict grandfather who taught him science. Soon after, he accepted a job for being a teacher to the deaf and fell in love with his student. Mabel was the girl that he loved but during that time he had to create his invention, so he did not spend a lot of time with her. While Alex was thinking about how his device would work he asked the help of Thomas Watson, a man who worked at an electrical shop, to be his partner. Bell stated, “Inside the earpiece there is a ring armature between a permanent magnet and a

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