Listen Up

Author: Monica Kulling
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Alexander Graham Bell invents a talking machine he calls the telephone and demonstrates it at the World's Fair in Philadelphia in 1876.

George Thomas And Abe

Author: Frank Murphy
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The Step into Reading Presidents Story Collection Frank Murphy, Martha
Brenner. Looking for other ... _ r....i"--km FRANCIS SCOTT KEY'S STAR-
SPANGLED BANNER THE GREAT HOUDINI1 WORLD—FAMOUS MAGICIAN
AND ESCAPE ARTIST HELEN KELLER COURAGE IN THE DARK ICE MUMMY
LEWIS AND CLARK1A PRAIRIE DOG FOR THE PRESIDENT LISTEN UP!
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL'S TALKING MACHINE LOOKING FOR BIGFOOT
POMPEII . . . BURIED ...

Michigan State Gazette

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He offered a prize to his sons who would invent a talking machine, and
Alexander Graham won by producing a device that would cry like an infant and
say “Mamma.” The promise thus early developed was ... could have invented the
telephone. In casually referring to Professor Bell's early connection with the
telephone it is interesting to note that as long ago as 1878 he foresaw with
remarkable clearness the steps in advance that were to be made in the
development of the invention.

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The Golden Encyclopedia Of Music

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Through the medium of records, a person can choose whatever music and
performer he wishes to hear, and can listen to them whenever and as often as he
wants. The listener can also hear performances of great plays; or he can hear
great poets reading their own poems. "Talking books" ... In 1885 a pair of
Americans, Alexander Graham Bell and Charles S. Tainter, patented the "
graphophone," a machine that reproduced sound more clearly than Edison's
phonograph. The tin-foil ...

Hi Fi News Record Review

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IN A CERTAIN book of Chinese philosophy of 2600BC appears our earliest
reference to recorded sound! About 4000BC, if you please, a Chinese potentate
wished to send a personal message to a friend. Into a teakwood box spoke the
Prince. The friend placed an ear to the hole in the box, duly delivered by courier
to the distant land, turned the crank, and listened to the message of his brother
Prince. From what we know of the Chinese language of 4000BC, this may have
been easy.1 ...

Michigan Manufacturer Financial Record

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On January 25 the new transcontinental telephone line of the American Bell
Telephone Company was put into service. The historic occasion was ... President
Wilson then talked to Thomas A. Watson, in San Francisco, with Dr. Alexander
Graham Bell, listening in to the line at New York. President Wilson said, "I ... of the
Bell System. The completion of this line is a mighty step forward toward that ideal
of universal service preached by President Vail and his associates back in the
70's.

Journal Of Education

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CONCERNING ORAL INSTB UCTION it is so easy to criticise unfavorably that
one unconsciously gets into the habit of mentioning defects before advantages;
but in the presenocase the latter are quite apparent, while the former need
exposure. As life is a series of reactions both in its great and little phases, it is
perfectly natural that after the old manner of teaching by listening to what the
pupil has learned from his text-book, the newer and pleasanter oral method
should be hailed with ...

The Literary Digest

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The talking-machine records sound by the action of a steel point upon some
yielding substance like wax, and reproduces it by practically reversing the
operation. All the implements ... Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the Bell
Telephone, after examining the Telegraphone and hearing its voice duplication,
wrote to l'oulsen, its inventor: “I do not know of anything in the work of recent
years more worthy of being preserved to the readers of the Smithsonian Report."
The multiplicity of ...

The Literary Digest

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The disk talks off its message so clearly and distinctly and with so perfect a
reproduction of the speaker's voice that it can be easily recognized, with all its
little characteristics of tone and pitch. A child ... Alexander Graham liell,lthe
inventor of the Bell Telephone, after examining the Te/qgrap/mnc and hearing its
voice duplication, wrote to l'oulsen, its inventor: “I do not know of anything in the
work of recent years more worthy of being preserved to the readers of the
Smithsonian Report.