What was Alexander Graham Bell's religion?

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Quoted from ''Alexander Graham Bell and the Conquest of Solitude" The official Bell biography by Robert W. Bruce. Pg 490. "In 1901 Bell came across a Unitarian pamphlet and found its theology congenially undogmatic. 'I have always considered myself as an Agnostic,' he wrote [his wife] Mabel, 'but I have now discovered that I am a Unitarian Agnostic.' "
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What are Alexander Graham Bell's inventions?

He invented the telephone and he also invented a way to help deaf people hear. Bells successes include: . the photophone (a device used for transmitting sound via light) . he improved the Edison phonograph to make it commercially viable . improved wing design for airplane flight . developed (MORE)

Who was in Alexander Graham Bell's family?

Alexander Graham Bell had 2 brothers, one older (Melville James) and one younger (Edward Charles). His mother's name was Eliza Grace and his Father's name was Alexander Melville. He married Mabel Hubbard when he was 30 years old and they had 4 children. The 2 boys did not live past infancy, and the (MORE)

Was Alexander Graham Bell's wife dumb?

No, Alexander Graham Bell's wife was not dumb. However, she wasdeaf all of her life. She did graduate from the ColumbiaInstitution of the Deaf and Dumb.

Are Alexander Graham Bell's children deaf?

Alexander Graham Bell and his wife Mabel Gardner Hubbard had four children, two boys who died in infancy and two daughters... Elsie May Bell (1878 - 1864) and Marian Hubbard Bell (1880 - 1962). There is no indication that any of the children were deaf.

Did Alexander Graham Bell's brothers Melly and Edward die?

I think Edward died of Tuberculous. However, I am not sure how Melville (Melly) died. I remember that in a book I read about Alexander's life that he named his son after Edward (although his dies after having respiratory problems several hours after birth).

Who was Alexander Graham Bell's mom?

Alexander Graham Bell's mother was Eliza Grace Symonds who became Eliza Bell after she married his father, Alexander Melville Bell. She was deaf and had a severe hearing loss. She used an ear trumpet and some signing to communicate.

Time line of Alexander Graham Bell's life?

On March 3, 1847, Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. His grandfather and father were working in the field of elocution and speech. . In 1858, from his eleventh birthday, he acquired the middle name Graham. But his close friends and relatives continued calling him 'Aleck'. . At (MORE)

Who was Alexander Graham Bell's wife?

Alexander Graham Bell married Mabel Hubbard, a student of his who was ten years younger than he. She was the daughter of Gardiner Greene Hubbard, a man who helped Bell with his research of the telephone.

Who was Alexander Graham Bell's mother?

Eliza Grace Bell was her married name.\nHer maiden name was Symonds. Alexander Graham Bell was born on March 3, 1847. His mother's namewas Eliza Grace Symonds Bell and his father's name was AlexanderMelville Bell.

What were Alexander Graham Bell's other inventions?

Bells successes include:. the audiograph for detecting deafness. . the photophone (a device used for transmitting sound via light) . the forerunner of the iron lung . he improved the Edison phongraph to make it commercially viable . improved wing design for airplane flight . developed hydrofoi (MORE)

What was Alexander Graham Bell's favorite music?

Throughout his life, Alexander Graham Bell showed interest in both vocal and instrumental music through his research and his inventions. As a teenager he taught music at his Scottish school, Weston House Academy. Later, in Canada, he designed a transmitting-piano as part of his experiments in (MORE)

What was Alexander Graham Bell's area of science?

Alexander Graham Bell was born on 3 March 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland and educated there and in London. His father and grandfather were both authorities on elocution and at the age of 16 Bell himself began researching the mechanics of speech. In 1870, Bell emigrated with his family to Canada, and th (MORE)

What were Alexander Graham Bell's accomplishments?

Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephoneississ. He tutored Hellen Keller. He opened a School for Teachers of the Deaf in Boston, Massachusetts. He, as well as others, started The National Geographic Society, and he served as its president for several years. He developed a method of making phonog (MORE)

Alexander Graham Bell's hobbies?

He loved to invent many things he also, loved playing with his children helping them with their work and of course INVENTING!!!

Where was Alexander Graham Bell's factory in?

Alexander Graham Bell (March 3, 1847 - August 2, 1922) was an eminent scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator who is credited with inventing the first practical telephone. Bell's father, grandfather, and brother had all been associated with work on elocution and speech, and both his mother and (MORE)

How has Alexander graham bell's invention changed our lives?

Alexander Graham Bell Physicist, born in Edinburgh, Scotland, 3 March 1847. He is a son of Alexander Melville Bell, mentioned below, and was educated at the Edinburgh high school and Edinburgh University, receiving special training in his father's system for removing impediments in speech. He re (MORE)

How did Alexander graham bell's telephone help people?

Alexander Graham Bell's telephone helped people because it gave people a way to communicate with people from all around the world. people didnt have to wait a whole day or two or even more to relay a message. they would just call who they were trying to get ahold of and let them know what they wante (MORE)

What are Alexander Graham Bell's influences?

Besides being the inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell also had influences in helping those who were deaf. Because of his experiences being around deaf people and his mother who was hard of hearing, he championed helping those who could not get a good education simply because they were d (MORE)

What year were Alexander graham bell's invented?

Alexander Graham "Bell" is his name. The term "bell" is his lastname. March 10, 1876, in Boston, apparatus produced by AlexanderGraham Bell, called vibraphone, succeeded for the first timeremotely transmitting the voice of its inventor, This was the firsttime human speech, which could be understood (MORE)