Alexander Graham Bell Invents

Alexander Graham Bell Invents

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Alexander Graham Bell led an amazing life, before and after he invented the telephone. Look into the inquisitive mind of the young inventor as a child; learn what sparked his curiosity; and discover how his mother’s deafness inspired his lifelong interest in communication. Discover the rich contribution this pioneering scientist and naturalized citizen made to many areas of American public life, including his vital role in the history of the National Geographic Society.

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Presents the life and accomplishments of the inventor and teacher who is best known for inventing the telephone, discussing his childhood, his mother's deafness, and his role in the history of the National Geographic Society.

Publisher: Washington D.C. : National Geographic, 2007
ISBN: 9781426301896
Branch Call Number: J B BELL GARMO
Characteristics: 40 pages : color illustrations ; 20 cm


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