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    Alexander Graham Bell lived March 3, 1847 – August 2, 1922. He was a was a scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator, and credited with patenting the first practical telephone. Although his invention of the telegram is his most famous accomplishment, Bell also worked with the deaf, and ( made invented other stuff). Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on March 3, 1847. he was born just Alexander Bell; he did not receive his middle name until his eleventh birthday after

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    Alexander Graham Bell was born on March 3, 1847, in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was the son and grandson of authorities in elocution. He is commonly credited as the inventor of the first practical telephone.The invention of the telephone had a great impact towards society and developed the idea of communication. The whole point of the telephone is to instantly connect with others around the world at great distances. The telephone has made business more efficient, saved money from having to travel back

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    words on this “Liquid Transmitter” or “Electrical Speech Machine” that he later called a “Telephone” were: “Mr. Watson, Come here I want you.” Alexander Graham Bell worked with Thomas Watson, a mechanic and model maker, on the telephone together. His invention was a result of his research into telegraphy and his understanding of the human voice. Alexander received his first patent for his telephone on April 6th, 1875.

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    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,

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    one think of when they hear the names Henry Ford and Alexander Graham Bell? I imagine transportation, transcontinental communication, and how they changed history for the better. For the authors of “They Made America”, which appears in the Atlantic, they believe the same. However, each individual carries their own bias, and in the end we must decide who is believed to have made a bigger impact independently. Stated by the History.com Staff, Bell, a Scottish-born, American Scientist, was the first

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    Invention Of Telephone

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    On March 10, 1876 Alexander Graham Bell created the first ever telephone. He was a man who was a expert in sound and public speaking. He teached the deaf and that led him to creating the first ever telephone and was called the “electrical speech machine.” He “knew” that voice signals over a wire was impossible but didn’t care what others said about how the telephone would turn out. He kept on believing and it turned out ok. Of course it took him multiple times to actually perfect the telephone

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    She has even inspired major historical figures. For example, Martha Graham, President Calvin Coolidge, First Lady Grace Coolidge, Andrew Carnegie, Alexander Graham Bell, and Mark Twain. All of these famous phenomenas have been inspired or influenced in some way by Helen Keller. Even Martha Graham said that Helen Keller was the most gallant (brave/fearless) girl she knew. Keller met and inspired President Calvin Coolidge and as well

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    “The best and most beautiful in the world cannot be seen or even touched-they must be felt with the heart.” (Helen Keller Quotes 12). This is what Helen Keller wrote as an 11-year old in a letter in 1891, showing how positive she was despite her disabilities. Helen Keller was a significant figure in American history because despite being blind as well as deaf, she devoted her life to helping others and traveled around the world, talking about her experience which inspired other blind and deaf people

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    There was once a woman that overcame many obstacles in her life and surpassed everybody’s expectations. She did it with compassion, faith, love, and courage. She was an american, known as Helen Adams Keller. I picked her among many other extraordinary people because she was my favorite example of someone who gives hope and shows perseverance, in this period of time where there is hopelessness in the world. She was not only a great teacher, but also a crusader for the disabled. Keller was also a woman

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    Helen Keller was an extremely courageous woman. She did some great things in this world while trying to overcome many challenges and turned out to be an amazing inspiration to many people. Her lifetime was filled with many exciting things from the beginning to the end. Helen Keller was born on June 27, 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama. She was the first of two daughters and her parents were Arthur and Katherine Keller. Her family worked hard but, her family was not very wealthy and earned very little

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    Helen Keller's Sickness

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    Her teacher remarkably taught Keller how to talk. She even was able to write multiple books. She earned the respect of many of the prominent people of her day, for instance, “Alexander Graham Bell, Emma Goldman, and Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt were admirers” (Wexler 1). She even joined the Socialist party and opposed wars especially World War One (1). In addition, she, “Helen was committing herself to various causes, whether it

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    believe that Alexander Graham Bell should be moved from spot number twenty-four, up to

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    1.0 Introduction Alexander Graham Bell was the man who invented and introduced the first telephone which can enable a person to communicate with another. Soon after the economy begin to rise and the technology starts to bloom the very first cellular phone were introduced know as the personal digital assistant (PDA). This personal digital assistant (PDA) enables a person some activities such as sending and receiving e-mails amending an office document. (Azzawi and Ezeh, 2012). In this new era of

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    Balyan 01 Introduction Helen Adams Keller was an American author, political activist and a lecturer. She was the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. The story of how Keller’s teacher, Anne Sullivan, broke through the isolation imposed by a near complete lack of language, allowing to blossom into the exemplary system of bravery, has been widely shown and known through the dramatizations of the play and film, The miracle worker. She

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    I have found the latest invention! Do you know what you think it is? You don’t? Well I will tell you! It’s a telegraph! It was made in 1832 by Samuel F. B. Morse. Do you know what it does? If not, I will tell you. A telegraph is a device that cound send information over wires across great distances. A telegraph sent pulses, or surges, of elcectric current through a wire. Samuel F. B. Morse’s partner, Alfred Lewis Vail, developed/created a system

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    While reading “Good Country People” there was something that really piqued my interest: Why did Hulga Hopewell agreed to date Manley Pointer? Before I get into that I want to talk about both Hulga and Manley separately. Hulga Hopewell is one out-of-the-ordinary character. Her named was “Joy” until she was 21 years old which is when she decided to change it from “Joy” to “Hulga” due to not living a very joyful life. She lost her leg when she was 9 after a hunting accident which cause her to have a

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    History Of The Telegraph

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    In the 19th century, there were many advances in terms of communication. For example, there was the telegraph and signal lamps. People were able to communicate in a way like no other. Nearly everyone used this as a resource including, the government, the common man, farmers, etc. The telegraph was created by Samuel Morse, Leonard Gale, and Alfred Vail in the 1830s and 1840s, but most of the work was credited to Samuel Morse. Morse was originally a painter, who went to college at Yale. He was fascinated

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    To what extent is Education responsible for poverty and misery? Education is one of the few things a person is willing to pay for and not get. William Lowe Bryan (1860–1955) 10th president of Indiana University (1902 to 1937). Education is one of the chief obstacles to intelligence and freedom of thought. Bertrand A. Russell (1872-1970) English philosopher, mathematician, and writer. People who lack education are the people who are not been taught. The

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    Speech About Optimism

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    Optimism is hopefulness for the future, and, like me, most people get their optimism from their roots, or how they were brought up as a child. My parents would always remind me from a young age that being pessimistic will not help you achieve your goal, so you might as well be optimistic and try. They have always taught me from a young age, and never denied or doubted, that with optimism comes opportunity, and that optimism is, in fact, the key to success. Over the years, I’ve learned that the more

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    In 1877, Thomas Edison was working on a machine that would transcribe telegraphic messages through indentations on paper tape which could later be sent over the telegraph repeatedly. Because of this, Edison speculated that a telephone message could also be recorded in a similar way. Edison made a sketch of his desired machine and gave it to his mechanic, John Kruesi, to then build. After Kruesi built the machine now known as a Phonograph, in a supposed 30-odd hours, Edison immediately tested out

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