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By Samuel Willard Crompton

In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell uttered the phrases that might inaugurate a brand new period in human communique: 'Mr. Watson, come right here, i would like to work out you'. Bell was once conversing via his new invention: the phone. even though his identify is the 1st to be linked to this now ubiquitous machine, Bell was once no longer operating in a vacuum or solely on his personal. the second one half the nineteenth century was once a time of serious innovation, in which many of us have been experimenting with quite a few designs for machines to allow human verbal exchange over nice distances. Bell used to be easily the 1st to win a patent. "Alexander Graham Bell and the phone" tells the tale of the guy who invented the phone, the folk who helped him, and the adjustments that happened due to one of many maximum innovations of all time.

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