The Story of Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor of the Telephone
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Alecks First Invention
I Will Teach This Boy to Think
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Alec and Mabel Alec refused Alec tried Aleck and Melly Aleck begins Aleck thought Aleck wanted Aleck wrote Aleck's father Aleck's younger brother Alexander Graham Bell attic became began Beinn Bhreagh Bell Telephone Company Bell's birthday Boston boys Brantford called Canada Corstorphine Hill Deaf Mutes dreaming Edinburgh electric Elisha Gray Emperor of Brazil excitement experiments felt Finally friends Georgie Sanders Grampie Grandfather Bell happy hear heard Helen Helen Keller Herdman Hero The Story human voice husks idea Indian invention inventor judges Keller knew later learned lived looked machine magic glove Melville mother multiple telegraph never night patent Pedro photophone piano pitch Professor Bell School for Deaf scientist soon sound speak suddenly talent teaching Ted Bell tele thing Thomas Edison Thomas Watson told Aleck transmit trying tuning forks vibrations Visible Speech Western Union wire wonderful words