Alexander Graham Bell

Inventor of the Telephone

Early/Late Life

Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland 1847. He was born to Alexander Melville Bell and Eliza Grace Symonds Bell. He had two brothers, Edward Charles Bell and Meville James Bell. He married one of his student in the school he taught, Her name was Mabel Gardiner Bell. He had four kids, Elise May Grosvenor, Marian Hubbard Graham Fairchild, Edward Bell (not his brother), and Robert Bell. Bell died at the age 75, August, 1922 in Baddeck, Victoria County, Nova Scotia, Canada

Pics. of Bell and Invention

Accomplishments

Bell was famous for making the telephone. Bell was a co-founders of the National Geographic Society, and he served as it's president from 1896 to 1904. He also founded the Journal of Science 1883.