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Alexander Graham Bell Educator. Innovator. Inventor. These three words sum up Alexander Graham Bell, one of the greatest scientific men of his era. He is most famous for the invention of the telephone, a device which he predicted would transform human society. And it did. But the telephone is just one of the many innovations and inventions that Bell brought into being. Ins Alexander Graham Bell Educator. Innovator. Inventor. These three words sum up Alexander Graham Bell, one of the greatest scientific men of his era. He is most famous for the invention of the telephone, a device which he predicted would transform human society. And it did. But the telephone is just one of the many innovations and inventions that Bell brought into being. Inside you will read about... - Childhood - Emigration to North America - The Bell Telephone Company - The Race to Save the President - A Rival to the Wright Brothers - Later Years and Death And much more! A man who epitomizes the word visionary, Alexander Graham Bell predicted the use of light as a medium for transmitting information and how humanity would be transformed by flight. This is his story.


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Alexander Graham Bell Educator. Innovator. Inventor. These three words sum up Alexander Graham Bell, one of the greatest scientific men of his era. He is most famous for the invention of the telephone, a device which he predicted would transform human society. And it did. But the telephone is just one of the many innovations and inventions that Bell brought into being. Ins Alexander Graham Bell Educator. Innovator. Inventor. These three words sum up Alexander Graham Bell, one of the greatest scientific men of his era. He is most famous for the invention of the telephone, a device which he predicted would transform human society. And it did. But the telephone is just one of the many innovations and inventions that Bell brought into being. Inside you will read about... - Childhood - Emigration to North America - The Bell Telephone Company - The Race to Save the President - A Rival to the Wright Brothers - Later Years and Death And much more! A man who epitomizes the word visionary, Alexander Graham Bell predicted the use of light as a medium for transmitting information and how humanity would be transformed by flight. This is his story.

30 review for Alexander Graham Bell: A Life From Beginning to End

  1. 4 out of 5

    Eileen Carter

    Interesting I love how Hourly History is able to tell you about the life of Alexander Graham Bell and his inventions in a way that is easy to understand. Alexander Graham Bell is well known for inventing the phone, but what about the use of sign language. His work in a variety of fields helped others to invent things. Because of this we have metal detectors and iron lungs. He also was a husband and father. Though at times his inventions were more like children to him then his own children. With t Interesting I love how Hourly History is able to tell you about the life of Alexander Graham Bell and his inventions in a way that is easy to understand. Alexander Graham Bell is well known for inventing the phone, but what about the use of sign language. His work in a variety of fields helped others to invent things. Because of this we have metal detectors and iron lungs. He also was a husband and father. Though at times his inventions were more like children to him then his own children. With the death of his son, Edward because of under developed lungs spurred his inventions to help create a device to push air in and out of the lungs by machine. Alexander Graham Bell was a man ahead of his time and because of that the world we know will always be thankful to him and his inventions.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sriram Guddala

    Graham Bell the great Must read history book for science enthusiasts. Well written in short form with description of his discoveries. Bell should have been credit for his more discoveries than telephone.

  3. 4 out of 5

    David Parker

    Husband, father, invented, innovator A man who could not stop innovating and creating. A true pioneer, he did not limit himself to any single field of expertise but instead followed the paths that his mind led him down.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jerry Walch

    Ask anyone who Alexander Graham Bell was, and they will say, the man who invented the telephone. In reality he had been so much more and Alexander Graham Bell: A Life From Beginning to End brings his life and accomplishments as an educator, innovator and inventor to life. He was a man with no scientific education, but he led the way in many diverse fields. Besides inventing the telephone, he led the way with the photophone, which was the forerunner of fiber optic communications. He developed a c Ask anyone who Alexander Graham Bell was, and they will say, the man who invented the telephone. In reality he had been so much more and Alexander Graham Bell: A Life From Beginning to End brings his life and accomplishments as an educator, innovator and inventor to life. He was a man with no scientific education, but he led the way in many diverse fields. Besides inventing the telephone, he led the way with the photophone, which was the forerunner of fiber optic communications. He developed a crude metal detector, an iron lung, and a crude helicopter model that flew. He founded the National Geographic Society and taught the deaf to speak. He truly was a genius, a man ahead of his time. I thought I knew who Bell was, but the truth is that I had no idea just how great a man he was until I read this little book, it’s only 46-pages and can be read in one sitting, but it’s definitely an informative eye opener.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bettye McKee

    Educator. Innovator. Inventor. In our modern world, we take the telephone for granted. Few realize the struggle and hard work that went into its creation. Alexander Graham Bell followed family tradition as a teacher of the deaf. He was very successful in this field, but his brain was loaded with "what if" ideas. He began to experiment with telegraphy. What if multiple lines could be used to send more than one message at a time? Then he wondered, what if sounds could be transmitted by wire? One thi Educator. Innovator. Inventor. In our modern world, we take the telephone for granted. Few realize the struggle and hard work that went into its creation. Alexander Graham Bell followed family tradition as a teacher of the deaf. He was very successful in this field, but his brain was loaded with "what if" ideas. He began to experiment with telegraphy. What if multiple lines could be used to send more than one message at a time? Then he wondered, what if sounds could be transmitted by wire? One thing led to another and yet another. But that was only the beginning. Bell's ideas resulted in such innovations as the iron lung. He experimented with the helicopter, manned flight, the aerodrome, and other aspects of aviation. He theorized about the use of solar energy. It is astounding the number of modern inventions that began in the brain of Alexander Graham Bell.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Patricia S Winchel

    Educator, Innovator, Inventor Alexander Graham Bell may have been famous for inventing the telephone, but that was only one of his many inventions. Many of his inventions were communication related; having begun in his father's footsteps as an elocution specialist and engineer, but he had many interests beyond that. He was highly intelligent and strongly motivated for his entire life. He lost two brothers to tuberculosis and his third child died shortly after birth due to the inability to breathe Educator, Innovator, Inventor Alexander Graham Bell may have been famous for inventing the telephone, but that was only one of his many inventions. Many of his inventions were communication related; having begun in his father's footsteps as an elocution specialist and engineer, but he had many interests beyond that. He was highly intelligent and strongly motivated for his entire life. He lost two brothers to tuberculosis and his third child died shortly after birth due to the inability to breathe on his own. This drove Bell to invent the iron lung. He actively pursued the study of flight at the same time that the Wright brothers did.

  7. 4 out of 5

    krishna

    A real teacher He is just amazing. We only recognised him as a telephone inventer but he paved a base for most of the now developed science machines which is saving the lives of many people.He is a learner,teacher and a inventer.He took interest in many things and has become the most famous and rememberable person

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alec Jerrems.com

    Great book. A G Bell was an incredible man. So intelligent and driven to build and invent and teach. Not for money and fame but for the same reason hee taught deaf children, because it needed doing. Very inspirational story of a mostly self taught man.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mohamed Ettoubaji

    The Hourly History never ceases to amaze me. I loved the writing style in this book; it is simple and easy to read and follow. I would recommend reading it to anyone interested even in the slightest of ways about reading the biographies of those that changed the 20th century. Overall 5/5.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Polly

    Who knew he was a teacher for the deaf? Or that it was such an innovator for his time. He invented what would become the metal detector & other things that were ahead of his time. Quite the inventor/innovator.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Gleckler Clark

    I had no idea... So many businesses today still carry Bell’s name. And, many of his early ideas and inventions have been expanded and/per modified and we’re using them today. What an utterly brilliant man.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    I thought this would be interesting but it wasn't. It bored me to tears. it actually put me to sleep not once but twice. I thought this would be interesting but it wasn't. It bored me to tears. it actually put me to sleep not once but twice.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    A decent amount of information, presented in a pretty fair manner with a surprisingly balanced timeline. I would definitely like a list of sources, to be able to do further research, but it's a decent way to start learning about someone. A decent amount of information, presented in a pretty fair manner with a surprisingly balanced timeline. I would definitely like a list of sources, to be able to do further research, but it's a decent way to start learning about someone.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Caesar Palacios

    Inquisitive Genius Good read on the life of telephones' inventor and how he continued to research and develop concepts to benefit humanity. Inquisitive Genius Good read on the life of telephones' inventor and how he continued to research and develop concepts to benefit humanity.

  15. 4 out of 5

    CRG

    This’s the second book I read about Graham’s life. I can’t get enough of him. He is/was a fascinating man. One of my favorite scientists.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Len Gluckstal

    Very informative, easy and quick read. Enjoyed imensley.

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    Derek

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  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

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  23. 5 out of 5

    Jose Luis Cham

  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 5 out of 5

    Hazel

  26. 4 out of 5

    JOHN W PARKER

  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Albert Sharp

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brandon

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rita Kelly

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