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Where Was The Telephone's Invented ?

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In Canada eh?
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The telephone was invented by Alexander Gram Bell in Brant ford, Ontario, Canada - which is now known as "the telephone city"
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In boston where he experimented with it at his house and it worked
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United States in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell.
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Graham Bell in Canada and went to Boston to get an international patent and sell it to the Western Union owner.
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Alexander Graham  Bell had a laboratory in Boston Mass in which the prototype was constructed it was tested and made operable at the Bell manor in Brant ford, Ontario
The first patent was granted on March 7th 1876, at that time he resided in Salem, Massachusetts. The first patent  was applied for at  the New York patent office on February 14, 1876.
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Telephone is basically an invention that should be credited to a number of individuals. However, generally Alexander Graham Bell is credited with this invention. This is because he was the first one to Patent the telephone.

He was a professor of Vocal Physiology at the University of Boston. He was working on the Leon Scott Phonautograph experimentation. Based on his work on this apparatus, he started his research on musical telegraph in 1874 at Boston University.

Their experiment on June 2, 1875, paved the way for the invention. On July 1, 1875, he and his associate Watson, started their work on building a receiver and membrane device as a transmitter. They tried this phone a few days later. This device was tried from a room in Graham Bell's house in Boston to the cellar underneath the same house and it worked.

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