Alexander Graham Bell was born in March of 1847 and died in August of 1922, making him 75 years old at the time of his death. Bell died in Canada from complications related to diabetes, according to science.ca. More »

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The phonograph, invented by Thomas Edison in 1877, was intended as a recording device to complement the telephone. After working with the telegraph, another Edison invention, he noted that the messages could be written d... More »

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On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell invented the first practical, working telephone. His first words on the telephone was to his assistant in the next room, "Mr. Watson, come here. I want to see you." In addition to... More »

Alexander Graham Bell was home schooled until he was 11, after that he went to Edinburgh's Royal High School for 2 years and also attended Weston House Academy in Elgin where he studied Latin and Greek. While he was at W... More »

On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell invented the first practical, working telephone. His first words on the telephone was to his assistant in the next room, "Mr. Watson, come here. I want to see you." In addition to... More »

Alexander Graham Bell is best known for the invention of the telephone on March 10, 1876. He made his first telephone call to his partner Thomas Watson. The invention came after Bell became interested in transmitting the... More »

Alexander Graham Bell is famous for his invention of the telephone. In addition to an inventor, Bell was also a respected scientist who made valuable contributions to the field of aeronautics. More »