Alexander Graham Bell


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Alexander Graham Bell

An inventor credited with the first marketable telephone. The telephone was an instant success and, along with the older invention of the telegraph, was responsible for the development of easier and more frequent communication worldwide. Bell was born in Scotland in 1847 and died in Canada in 1922.
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Both general-interest libraries strong in biographical representation and college-level science collections where inventor biographies are strong will want Reluctant Genius: Alexander Graham Bell and the Passion for Invention.
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Alexander Graham Bell said that the great advantage that the telephone has over any other electrical device is that it "requires no skill to operate the instrument".
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