Alexander Graham Bell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on March 3, 1847. When he was only eleven years old, he invented a machine that could clean wheat. Graham studied anatomy and physiology at the University of London, but moved with his family to Quebec, Canada in 1870.
Working with the Deaf-
Bell soon moved to Boston , Massachusetts . In 1871, he began working with deaf people and published the system of Visible Hearing that was developed by his father. Visible Hearing illustrated how the tongue, lips, and throat are used to produce vocal sounds. In 1872, Bell founded a school for the deaf which soon became part of Boston University.
Alexander Graham Bell is best known for his invention of the telephone. While trying to discover the secret to transmitting multiple messages on a single wire, Bell heard the sound of a plucked string along some of the electrical wire. One of Bell’s assistants, Thomas A. Watson was trying to reactivate a telephone transmitter. After hearing the sound, Bell believed he could send the sound of a human voice over the wire. After receiving a patent on March 7, 1876, for transmitting sound along a single wire, he successfully transmitted human speech on March 10th. Bell’s telephone patent was one of the most valuable patents ever issued.
National Geographic-
Bell went on to invent a precursor to the modern day air conditioner, and a device called a “photophone” that enabled sound to be transmitted on a beam of light and on which today’s fiber optic and laser communication systems are based. In 1898, Alexander Graham Bell and his son-in law took over the National Geographic Society and built into one of the most recognized magazines in the world. Bell also helped found Science Magazine, one of the most respected research journals in the world.
The Metal Detector-
In 1881, after President James Garfield was shot, Bell invented the metal detector to locate the bullet precisely. The rudimentary metal detector worked in tests, but the bullet in the President’s body was too deep to be detected by the early detecting equipment.
In 1888 Bell was one of the founders of the National Geographic Society. In 1897, he became its second president.
Alexander Graham Bell died August 2, 1922. On the day of his burial, in honor of Bell, all telephone service in the U.S. was stopped for one minute.

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