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Does you like to “reach out and touch someone” by phone. You can thank Alexander Graham Bell! Bell was born in scotland on March 3 1847. When he was a boy, he designs a machine that cleaned wheat. Later when he was a teacher of the def, Bell developed the idea of “electronic speech.” He sent his first message to his assistant, Mr. Watson, who was in the next room always an inventor, Bells house even had simple air conditioning!

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Do you like to "reach out and touch someone" by phone? You can thank Alexander Graham Bell! Bell was born in Scotland on March 3, 1847. When he was a boy, he designed a machine that cleaned wheat. Later, when he was a teacher of the deaf, Bell developed the idea of "electronic speech." He sent his first message to his assistant, Mr. Watson, who was in the next room. Always an inventor, Bell's house even had simple air conditioning!


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
Copyright © 2005 Education World

03/2005