Alexander Graham Bell

He is known for his contribution in science. He also spent his time with deaf people.

Alexander Graham Bell

Alexander Graham Bell was a Scottish born American inventor and a teacher who invented telephone in the year 1876.

Bell was a lonely person who had a great interest in deaf people. Since his child hood he was attracted to deaf people. This was because his mother was deaf and later he married a deaf lady Bell gave music lessons and taught deaf people how to speak. Once a person invited Bell to teach his daughter how to play music on piano and the girl was deaf. Though it was tough but Bell taught her.

Bell also opened a school for deaf people but unfortunately it was closed because of some financial problem. He invented the first telephone.Many other inventions marked Bell's later life, including groundbreaking work in optical, telecommunication etc.

Bell the great inventor died in 1922.


Author: Ashwin30 Jan 2011 Member Level: Gold   Points : 1

One main incident in the life of Graham bell,When he was continuing his experiments about telephone.He had lack of money and space as he belongs to poor family but for success on his experiment he decide to rent one room in hotel and continuing his practice.First time when World first telephone communication was made between Bell and his Assistant in that Hotel itself where bell was at reception counter and his Assistant is at the room who very first spoken in the telephone and Bell was the very first listener of Telephone Voice.

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