Alexander graham bell was the one to find a new and easy way to communicate.
Alexander Graham Bell, how else could he find out if the first worked or not
The Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck, Nova Scotia is considered to be a definitive source and record of information on the telegraph and other related technologies and their effects on society.
His wife was deaf and he was trying to find some method to help her.
You should find out and tell us. i have no idea what the answer is his mom and sister were deaf
Alexander Graham Bell invented many things, the most famous is the telephone, except he didn't invent the 'phone. The telephone was invented by an Italian called Innocenzo Manzetti, Bell just gets the credit. Bell did invent the metal detector. US president James Garfield was shot by an assassin, and Bell built an instrument to find the bullet. It worked perfectly, but couldn't find te bullet because the dying president was lying on a bed with metal bedsprings. So Bell invented many things that he isn't known for, and didn't invent the telephone that he is known for.
he has an award named after him thats all i know...im doing a project on him to and im trying to find out the same thing. its hard though
James Garfield. The metal detector worked, but the bullet was not located because the metal bed frame interfered with it.
Helen Keller was at the age of 8 when she set out to find doctors in her aid. Again, at 8 years of age, she met Doctor Alexander Graham Bell who believed he could find her a teacher.
look up Alexander Graham Bell and you will find a good description of the beginning, but it required hundreds more inventions after his to get to modern touchtone dialed instantaneously connected phone system.
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In 1876, at the age of 29, Alexander Graham Bell invented his telephone. In 1877, he formed the Bell Telephone Company, and in the same year married Mabel Hubbard and embarked on a yearlong honeymoon in Europe. Alexander Graham Bell might easily have been content with the success of his telephone invention. His many laboratory notebooks demonstrate, however, that he was driven by a genuine and rare intellectual curiosity that kept him regularly searching, striving, and wanting always to learn and to create. He would continue to test out new ideas through a long and productive life. He would explore the realm of communications as well as engage in a great variety of scientific activities involving kites, airplanes, tetrahedral structures, sheep-breeding, artificial respiration, desalinization and water distillation, and hydrofoils. With the enormous technical and later financial success of his telephone invention, Alexander Graham Bell's future was secure, and he was able to arrange his life so that he could devote himself to his scientific interests. Toward this end, in 1881, he used the $10,000 award for winning France's Volta Prize to set up the Volta Laboratory in Washington, D.C. A believer in scientific teamwork, Bell worked with two associates, his cousin Chichester Bell and Charles Sumner Tainter, at the Volta Laboratory. Their experiments soon produced such major improvements in Thomas Edison's phonograph that it became commercially viable. After 1885, when he first visited Nova Scotia, Bell set up another laboratory there at his estate, Beinn Bhreagh (pronounced Ben Vreeah), near Baddeck, where he would assemble other teams of bright young engineers to pursue new and exciting ideas. Among one of his first innovations after the telephone was the "photophone," a device that enabled sound to be transmitted on a beam of light. Bell and his assistant, Charles Sumner Tainter, developed the photophone using a sensitive selenium crystal and a mirror that would vibrate in response to a sound. In 1881, they successfully sent a photophone message over 200 yards from one building to another. Bell regarded the photophone as "the greatest invention I have ever made; greater than the telephone." Alexander Graham Bell's invention reveals the principle upon which today's laser and fiber optic communication systems are founded, though it would take the development of several modern technologies to realize it fully. Alexander Graham BellSketch of a vacuum jacket in use. Over the years, Alexander Graham Bell's curiosity would lead him to speculate on the nature of heredity, first among the deaf and later with sheep born with genetic irregularities. His sheep-breeding experiments at Beinn Bhreagh sought to increase the numbers of twin and triplet births. Bell was also willing to attempt inventing under the pressure of daily events, and in 1881 he hastily constructed an electromagnetic device called an induction balance to try and locate a bullet lodged in President Garfield after an assassin had shot him. He later improved this and produced a device called a telephone probe, which would make a telephone receiver click when it touched metal. That same year, Bell's newborn son, Edward, died from respiratory problems, and Bell responded to that tragedy by designing a metal vacuum jacket that would facilitate breathing. This apparatus was a forerunner of the iron lung used in the 1950s to aid polio victims. In addition to inventing the audiometer to detect minor hearing problems and conducting experiments with what today are called energy recycling and alternative fuels, Bell also worked on methods of removing salt from seawater.Photograph of theSilver Dart However, these interests may be considered minor activities compared to the time and effort he put into the challenge of flight. By the 1890s, Bell had begun experimenting with propellers and kites. His work led him to apply the concept of the tetrahedron (a solid figure with four triangular faces) to kite design as well as to create a new form of architecture. In 1907, four years after the Wright Brothers first flew at Kitty Hawk, Bell formed the Aerial Experiment Association with Glenn Curtiss, William "Casey" Baldwin, Thomas Selfridge, and J.A.D. McCurdy, four young engineers whose common goal was to create airborne vehicles. By 1909, the group had produced four powered aircraft, the best of which, the Silver Dart, made the first successful powered flight in Canada on February 23, 1909. Bell spent the last decade of his life improving hydrofoil designs, and in 1919 he and Casey Baldwin built a hydrofoil that set a world water-speed record that was not broken until 1963. Months before he died, Bell told a reporter, "There cannot be mental atrophy in any person who continues to observe, to remember what he observes, and to seek answers for his unceasing hows and whys about things. Alexander Graham Bell - Quote"Leave the beaten track occasionally and dive into the woods. Every time you do so you will be certain to find something that you have never seen before. Follow it up, explore all around it, and before you know it, you will have something worth thinking about to occupy your mind. All really big discoveries are the results of thought." Alexander Graham Bell - BiographyIn 1876, at the age of 29, Alexander Graham Bell invented his telephone. Alexander Graham Bell - PhotophoneOn June 3, 1880, Alexander Graham Bell transmitted the first wireless telephone message on his newly-invented "photophone." Alexander Graham BellAlexander Graham Bell's invention of his telephone grew out of ways to improve the telegraph. Who was Alexander Graham Bell?He taught the deaf and invented many things that changed human communication, like a telephone, a telegraph, and a phonograph. More About BellIn 1847, Alexander Graham Bell was born into a family with a passion for communication. Timeline of Alexander Graham Bell1847-1922 Alexander Graham Bell's First Patent: #174,465Read and see the original patent for the telephone. Metal Detector: Alexander Graham Bell, Gerhard FischarAlexander Graham Bell invented the first crude metal detector in 1881.
All i know that he attended to Edinburgh university and receiving special training in his father's system for removing impediments in speech. WEll YOU NEED MORE ANSWERS THEN I KNOW I WHOLE ALOT A BOUT HIM BUT YALL NEED TO FIND OUT.
Read about Alexander Grahm Bell and you'll find out.
I heard he was but I can't find information to verify it.
According to the website linked below entitled "Biography of James Garfield," Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, tried unsuccessfully to find the bullet with an induction-balance electrical device which he had designed. Alexander Graham Bell was not a physician, of course. According to the website linked below entitled "History House: Garfield II: A Lengthy Demise," one of the doctors who treated Garfield was Dr. D. W. Bliss. Another was Dr. Robert Reyburn, and also Navy Surgeon General Wales and Dr. Frank H. Hamilton.
The Liberty Bell can be found in the Liberty Bell Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. You can find more information about the location in the Sources and Related Links section, below.
Bell Canada is a publicly traded company. Descendants can own shares just like anyone else but they are not the majority share holder. No one person or entity own 50% +1 shares of the company. To find out who is the largest shareholder, the company's head office in Montreal should be able to provide all the detail required.
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they met Alexander bell and he said to write to perkins institute for the blind and the school sent Anne Sullivan Mancy
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Mrs. Bell was deaf and Mr. Bell was always trying to help those who could not hear. The telephone was one of his attempts to create a device for the deaf, to assist their ability to hear.Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone so that people can communicate with other people anywhere in world.To facilitate verbal communication over long distances.He invented the telephone because he is an inventor and he wanted to find a way how to communicate with other people apart from talking to them face-to-face.Previous communication technology was limited to the telegraph. The telegraph was inefficient because it relied on Morse Code to relay messages. Only a few trained professionals were taught Morse Code, and not everybody could translate with it. Whereas a telephone would allow people to speak directly to one another without a step in-between. Bell sought to solve this problem.There is a report that says that Alexander Graham Bell invented the phone to help his few family members as they suffered from hearing problems. But at the same time his father in law did not agree with it. He said it was a toy, that no child would be interested in.He decided to invent it because he was inspired to create the telephone, although his version didn't work and someone else's did. Thing is is that he patented it first. But he didn't actually make a fully functional one.Bell wanted a better method of communication to beat the telegraph that was the modern mode of talking great distances in the 19th century. He, and his assistant Thomas A. Watson, worked very hard to perfect a new method in sound waves that would becoming the centre force of communication of all time! In 1874 in Boston, they had done it and the telephone was born. However, due to high expense and favoritism of the telegraph it wasn't until the 1920s that it began to be in full use.== == == ==
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