Publisher: Enslow Publishers (January 1, 2015)
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Alexander Graham Bell was once a Scottish immigrant whose curiosity in aiding the hearing-impaired led him to turn into not just an influential and revered instructor of the deaf, however the inventor of the phone. This identify examines Bell's existence from his roots in Scotland, via his immigration to the United States, to his instructing stories and innovations, his luck with the phone, and his later paintings towards inventing a flying desktop. It highlights Bell's own existence and commitment to aiding humans, displaying how he used his abilities to assist such recognized americans as Helen Keller and President James A. Garfield, who were shot by way of an murderer.