Alexander Graham Bell

Alexander's life

Alexander Graham Bell was born March 3 ,1847 in Edinburgh Scotland and he died at the age 75 August 2 ,1922 in Nova Scotia Canada. Alexander's mother's name was Eliza Grace Symonds and his father's name was Alexander Meville Bell. Alexander didn't have a middle name Graham until he was 11 because he got his middle name for his birthday from his father. Alexander had two brothers but, they both died from tuberculosis. He attened for Edinburgh's Royal High for four years at age 11 years old. He was 26 years old when he became a professor at Boston University.

Alexander's greatest invention

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Alexander Graham Bell's greatest invention was the telephone. Alexander invented the telephone at the year 1876. Alexander was 45 years old when he made his first call on the the telephone from New York to Chicago. Alexander Graham Bell's first words on the telephone to his assistant were "Mr.Watson come here, I want to see you.
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