Alexander Graham Bell Quiz: A great Scientist and Telephone Inventor

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Alexander Graham Bell Quiz: A great Scientist and Telephone Inventor

Alexander Graham Bell was born in the year 1847 and died in 1922. A Scottish scientist and engineer, he invented and patented the first practical telephone, as well as co-founding the American Telephone and Telegraph Company in 1885. During the time he attended school, he was only ten years old until he was fourteen. Find out what he became most known for and other fascinating things about his life!

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In which year, Alexander Graham Bell received Albert Medal?
In which year, Alexander Graham Bell received John Fritz Medal?
Who was Alexander Graham Bell?
In the first telephone conversation, what were the first words spoken?
Which movie is based on Alexander Graham Bell’s life?
When was Alexander Graham Bell died?
When was Alexander Graham Bell born?
Which of the following company Alexander Graham Bell founded?
Alexander Graham Bell is popularly known for the invention of ________________.
In which year, Alexander Graham Bell received Elliott Cresson Medal?