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Alexander BellAlexander Graham bell was a very important man not only to Canada but to the whole world as well and it was not an easy road to success His contributions to the world of communication were unmatched by any one This essay will be arguing the facts about Bell that have been stated through 3 main topics which are Bells contribution to deaf people Graham Bell made a contribution to the communication world Finally he ran into many problems while in innovations were occurring Alexander made an extremely large contribution to the deaf people by doing many things Before he was born Alecs father was trying to develop a method of speech for deaf people while this experimenting was going on he had a son who little did he know would rock the world with the invention of the phone During his early years Bell and his father perfected this method of visible speech for the deaf Alexander invented a glove whit visible speech letters printed on different parts of the glove so when touched by different fingers spelled different words He and his family toured around the country showing this item off and soon gained much respect After bell moved to Canada he decided that this glove was not enough Soon he opened schools meant specifically for the deaf people to learn and there are still some schools to this day that have been founded by Bell just for deaf people During one of his many visits to one of his school he met a young student by the name of Mabel Hubbard I have discovered that my interest in my dear pupil has ripened into a far deeper feeling this caused some controversy between the two families because of the significant age difference and the fact the she was deaf also they didnt want them to have kids for there was a possibly of deafness being hereditary Also people in
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