Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone on March 10, 1876. Bell had been working on the invention for nearly four years before his success with the electromagnetic telephone.....
Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1875.
Charles Bourseul was a French telegraph engineer who proposed (but did not
build) the first design of a make-and-break telephone in 1854. That is about the ...
The First Telephone Call March 10, 1876. What were the first words ever spoken
on the telephone? They were spoken by Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the ...
What is believed to be the first telephone
book in America will be auctioned at Christie's in New York City tomorrow.
service began in New Haven in January 1878, and the telephone
directory was printed the following November. The early p... More »
Bell was granted the first official patent for his telephone in March 1876, though
he would later face years of legal challenges to his claim that he was its sole ...
Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone. ... For down the hall, Bell's
assistant, Thomas Watson, distinctly heard Bell utter the first spoken sentence
Alexander Graham Bell is often credited as the inventor of the telephone since he
was awarded the first successful patent. However, there were many other ...
Using only the existing telegraph lines, Bell was able to conduct the world's first
phone call in front of an audience of amazed onlookers. Later that year, Bell and
This model of Bell's first telephone (right) is a duplicate of the instrument through
which speech sounds were first transmitted electrically (1875). Alexander ...