Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell: Life of an Inventive Man is a biography featuring the life of one of the most talented and accomplished inventors in human history. Among the inventions of Alexander Graham Bell are the telephone, metal detector, and hydrofoil. This Biographiq biography of Alexander Graham Bell is highly recommended by those who are interested in learning about the life of an important American inventor and also for those interested in the history and growth of technology through the life of Alexander Graham Bell.
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