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Alexander Graham Bell was born on March 3 1847 Even though Alexander Graham Bell worked in Boston he was born in Edinburgh Scotland When he was born he did not have a middle name he was Alexander Bell Aleck as he was called did not attend did not attend school as a child he was taught home by his mother His first interest in spoken words and language was at the age of four When Aleck was at the age of ten his mother thought that she taught him everything she knew so she decided he has to go into normal life Aleck wasnt a really good student but he liked to do experiments and discovering things on his own He was very independent in fact he was so independent that he decided to change his name on his own He felt that there were too many Alexander Bells in his family He decided to add a middle name Graham Now he was Alexander Graham Bell The three important events in Alexander Graham Bells life that I would like to point out are that he was the person that invented the telephone That is very important If that wouldnt happen imagine your life right now without a telephone you wouldnt be able to call anybody you would have to walk to your friends house to pick up something and when you would come to his house you would then understand that he isnt home and you would have to do back That would be just a waist of time Now with the invention of telephone you can just call and save an hour of walking I would also like to point out that he is the person that started the school of the deaf That school helped the deaf to learn to communicate with other people That is a very important issue It is very good that Aleck continued what his father had started The
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