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Reluctant genius; Alexander Graham Bell and the passion for invention.


Reluctant genius; Alexander Graham Bell and the passion for invention.

Gray, Charlotte.

Arcade Publishing, Inc.


466 pages




This biography of Alexander Graham Bell traces his life and career from his childhood in Scotland and moving to the US to his invention of the telephone, in addition to his personal life and health, his work with the deaf, and his many inventions, including a hydrofoil, sonar probe, and precursor to the iron lung. Gray is a historian, teacher, best-selling author, columnist, and radio and television commentator who lives in Canada.

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Date:Dec 1, 2006
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