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The Chord of Steel: Alexander Graham Bell and the Invention of the Telephone
The Chord of Steel Alexander Graham Bell and the Invention of the Telephone
Author: Thomas B. Costain
With his ususal skill and charm, Thomas B. Costain has written a detailed and personalized account of how Alexander Graham Bell made his great invention. — He describes how the idea came to Bell -- the difficulties he had in securing a patent; the first dramatic and conclusive test with wires set up between Brantford and nearby towns in Ontario; ...  more »
ISBN: 228725
Publication Date: 1960
Pages: 238
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Publisher: Doubleday & Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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A good, fictionalized biography about the Alexander Graham Bell, his family life, and what led him to the invention of the telephone. It's clear, concise, and interesting.


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