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Bell, Alexander Melville

Born: 1819 AD
Died: 1905 AD

1819 – Born on the 1st of March in Edinburgh, Scotland.

1843-1865 – He lectured on elocution at the University of Edinburgh.

1865-1870 – At the University of London he also lectured on elocution.

1870-1871 – He lectured in the Lowell Institute course in Boston.

       – Became a lecturer on philology at Queen’s College, Kingston, Ontario.

1871 – He was immigrated to US and naturalized US citizen.

1881 – In Washington, D.C., he devoted himself to the education of deaf mutes by the "Visible Speech" method of orthoepy.

1905 – Alexander Melville Bell died on 7th of August.