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Alexander Graham Bell

Summary: An autobiography of Alexander Graham Bell and his contributions to the Industrial Revolution.
This paper's intent is to thoroughly explain the achievements that Alexander Graham Bell contributed to during the Industrial Revolution. Without him, our lives would be completely different. Technology has altered the world we live in today. This process is constantly accelerating every day.

Alexander Graham Bell was born on March 3, 1847 in Edinburgh. He was a Scottish-American scientist who invented the telephone. Until he was ten years old, he was home schooled by his mother, Eliza Grace Symonds Bell. After graduating Edinburgh Royal High School, he went to London for a year with his grandfather. "From him young Bell gained seriousness of purpose and a zeal for studying and teaching the mechanics of speech and sound " When Alexander was sixteen years old, he became a student teacher in Elgin, Scotland. In 1867, he was an assistant to his father, Alexander Melville Bell, who crafted the phonetic "visible speech" system for...

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