Was Alexander Graham Bell really deaf?
no, But his mother and wife were deaf. He also open up a school for the deaf in Boston witch is now part of BU.
== == Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site Museum in Baddeck, Nova Scotia. Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Alexander Graham Bell Institute. Alexander Graham Bell School, in the north side of Chicago. (K-8) Alexander Graham Bell Residence Hall at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Alexander graham bell was an inventor and an innovator.he was famous for creating the telephone and starting up an institute for the deaf abd hard of hearing. Alexander graham bell was an inventor and an innovator.he was famous for creating the telephone and starting up an institute for the deaf abd hard of hearing. Alexander graham bell was an inventor and an innovator.he was famous for creating the telephone and starting up an institute for…
Alexander Graham Bell followed the footsteps of his father, Alexander Melville Bell, as a teacher of the deaf. After graduating at the universities of Edinburgh and London, he spent his early years learning to educate deaf-mutes by using a system developed by his father. In 1872 he founded a school to train teachers of the deaf in Boston, MA. The school eventually became part of Boston University, where Bell was appointed professor of vocal physiology.
Alexander Graham Bell got married to Mabel and she was 19.Bell was 30. They got married in July 11, 1877. Mabel was deaf!! Alexander's nickname was Aleck. He was born March 3, 1847. Bell died on August 2,1922. Because of Mabel, Aleck was a private teacher for the deaf! In Aleck's funeral, every phone service stopped in the U.S. for one minute in honor of Alexander Graham Bell.
Alexander Graham Bell helped the deaf a lot. He spent his whole life studding speech. Not only did he spend 3 weeks in Boston lecturing his fathers "visible speech" system but he opened a school for teachers of the deaf in Boston also. His mother and wife where deaf and a lot of his inventions had something to do with communication.