Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone: The Invention That by Samuel Willard Crompton

By Samuel Willard Crompton

In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell uttered the phrases that may inaugurate a brand new period in human verbal exchange: 'Mr. Watson, come right here, i would like to work out you'. Bell was once conversing via his new invention: the phone. notwithstanding his identify is the 1st to be linked to this now ubiquitous machine, Bell used to be no longer operating in a vacuum or fullyyt on his personal. the second one half the nineteenth century was once a time of significant innovation, in which many of us have been experimenting with a variety of designs for machines to permit human communique over nice distances. Bell used to be easily the 1st to win a patent. "Alexander Graham Bell and the phone" tells the tale of the fellow who invented the phone, the folks who helped him, and the alterations that happened as a result of one of many maximum innovations of all time.

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