Alexander Graham Bell

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Alexander Graham Bell

Bell c. 1917
Ruggit 3 Mart 1847(1847-03-03)
Doon Edin, Nalbin
Hooar baase Luanistyn 2 1922 (75 bleeaney d'eash)
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Alexander Graham Bell (ruggit myr Alexander Bell; 3 Mayrnt 1847 – 2 Luanistyn 1922),[1] she ynlaghteyr, sheanseyr, as jeshaghteyr Americaanagh-Canadagh va ruggit ayns Nalbin.[N 1] T'eh treishtit lesh paiteeny yn chied çhellvane obbree. Chammah's shen, ren eh co-vunnaghey yn American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T) ayns 1885.[2]

Va ayr, shennayr, as braar Bell kianglt rish obbyr er y jesh-loayrtys as y ghlare, as va'n voir as y ven heshee echey bouyr. Chur eh shen dy mooar stiagh er obbyr vea Bell.[2] Chur e ronsaghey er y chlashtyn as y ghlare rish prowaltyssyn lesh saaseyn clashtyn. Haink e prowaltyssyn gys y vullagh tra v'eh bronnit lesh y chied phaiteen Americaanagh da'n çhellvane er 7 Mayrnt 1876. Smooinnee Bell dy nee cur stiagh va'n ynlaght echey er e obbyr myr sheanseyr as yiooldee eh veih çhellvaneyn 'sy çhamyr studeyrys echey.[3]

Cha nee yn çhellvane va'n ynrican ynlaght echey, ansherbee. 'Sy vea yeianagh echey, ren eh obbraghey ayns çhellinsh hilleydagh, skianyn ushtey, as aer-lhuingysseyraght. Va ard-chummaght echey chammah 'sy National Geographic Society[4] as e earishliaor. V'eh ny nah eaghtyrane er y çheshaght eddyr 7 Jerrey Geuree 1898 derrey 1903.

Faagail e obbyr 'sy jeshaghteyrys, va anaase mooar ec Bell 'syn eiraght vea-oaylleeagh.[5]

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  1. She seyraanagh Goaldagh va Bell da'n chooid smoo jeh'n vea leah echey. Tra darree eh dys y Chanadey ayns 1870, she unnane va seyraanaght Ghoaldagh as seyraanaght Chanadagh. Cha daink seyraanaght Chanadagh dy ve ny rang-oardraghey formoil agh ayns 1910 lesh doltey leigh ashoonaght y Chanadey. Hirr eh seyraanaght Americaanagh lurg 1877, as hooar eh yn teyraanaght shen ayns 1882. Chur eh sheese ersyn hene myr seyraanaght Americaanagh lurg shen.

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  1. "The Bell Family". Bell Homestead National Historic Site. Feddynit magh er 27 Mean Fouyir 2013.
  2. a b Bruce, Robert V. (1990). Bell: Alexander Bell and the Conquest of Solitude. Ithaca, York Noa: Cornell University Press. ISBN 978-0-8014-9691-2.
  3. MacLeod, Elizabeth (1999). Alexander Graham Bell: An Inventive Life. Toronto, Ontario: Kids Can Press. dg. 19. ISBN 978-1-55074-456-9.
  4. Howley, Andrew (26 Boaldyn 2011). "NGS Celebrates 23rd Founders Day". NGS. National Geographic Society. Er ny hashtey veih yn lhieggan bunneydagh er 2 Toshiaght Arree 2016. Feddynit magh er 18 Jerrey Geuree 2016.
  5. Stansfield, W. D. (2005-01-01). "The Bell Family Legacies". Journal of Heredity. Ym-lioar 96 (1): 1–3. doi:10.1093/jhered/esi007. ISSN 0022-1503. PMID 15618310. 

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