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The History of the Telephone.
Transcript of The History of the Telephone.
Johann Philipp Reis, Innocenzo Manzetti, Charles Bourseul, Amos Dolbear, Sylvanus Cushman, Daniel Drawbaugh, Antonio Meucci, Edward Farrar, and Elisha Gray.
The inventor who is most credited for the telephone is Alexander Graham Bell. Though he never received any credit, it has been said that Bell had a substantial amount of assistance from Antonio Meucci in inventing the telephone. Bibliography:
http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/bl_Antonio_Meucci.htm Most well-known inventors of the telephone are- Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray.
-Both inventors entered the patent office around the same time to receive a patent for their inventions.
-They later entered a legal battle over the telephone, in the end, the legal battle was won by Alexander Graham Bell. Bell won the patent battle with the help of his lawyer. Patent: the exclusive right granted by a government to an inventor to manufacture, use, or sell an invention for a certain number of years. Dictionary.reference.com What is the telephone? http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/bltelephone2.htm http://inventors.about.com/od/bstartinventors/a/telephone.htm http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/patent?s=t ---------VS---------- -The telephone is a device that can transmit long passages
of speech from many different places in the world electrically.
-The telephone is a more advanced version of the telegraph. Where was the telephone invented? - Alexander Graham Bell came up with the idea, and created the telephone in a rented laboratory in Boston Massachusetts.
-Graham Bell later finalized and used the telephone for the first time in his summer home in Brantford, Ontario. When was the telephone invented? -Alexander Graham Bell's attorney filed a patent for the telephone on February 14th, 1876.
- Alexander Graham later used a "prototype" of the telephone to phone his assistant, Thomas Watson on March 10th 1876.
-The telephone later became a frequently used household item with over 3 million devices sold in the USA in the early 1900's. Why was the telephone invented? -Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone because he wanted to improve the telegraph.
- Alexander Graham Bell wanted to create a better way for the world to connect, for people to have a conversation without being in the same room as each other.
-The telephone was also meant to be called the "multiple telegraph" and be able to transmit more than one vibration through a wire. http://inventors.about.com/od/tstartinventions/ss/TelephonePatent.htm FUN FACT: The telephone was derived from the Greek word for "distant voice." to from Thank you for watching, I hope you benefited
from learning about the telephone as much as I did. Since the invention of the telephone, billions of Americans are being able to be successfully connected to their friends and family. The telephone continues to serve as a notorious device in homes, businesses, and other areas nationwide. Bell Gray Telephones through the years... 1913 Wall Set 1876 Centennial Mode. 1958 Princess Set 1973 Touch-a-Matic 1990 Motorola 8800X 2001 Nokia 2005 Blackberry 8700 Who created the telephone? Telephones through the years... Reis Manzetti Bourseul Dolbear Bell ? ? ? ? iPhone 4s and iPhone 5 2013