The Invention Of The Telephone I THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
The First Telephone
This Is Alexander Graham Bell's Voice
The Invention of The Telephone
American inventor patented an "Improvement in Telegraphy,” which is now called the telephone. Bell himself considered his invention an intrusion on his real work as a scientist and refused to have the telephone in his study. Some scholars claim that Bell stole the telephone idea from another American inventor Elisha Gray.
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