Essay heading: Effect of Alexander Graham Bell on Today's Society, with Bibliography
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November 14, 2006
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Bell also worked with the idea of transmitting the human voice, which at that time, was not yet possible, experimenting with vibrating membranes and an actual human ear. Bell even manipulated his dog's vocal cords so that when the dog barked it made sounds that were like words instead of barks. Gardiner Hubbard and Thomas Sanders, fathers of two of his pupils supported Bell financially in his research...
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Gardiner Hubbard and Thomas Sanders, fathers of two of his pupils supported Bell financially in his research.
Early in 1874 Bell met Thomas A. Watson, a young worker at a Boston electrical shop. Watson became Bell's vital assistant. Watson gave Bell's experiments the crucial ingredient that had been lacking, his technical know-how in electrical engineering...
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