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  2. Spelling often varies. Erastus J . Burk was born in Ontario, Canada. Alexander Graham Bell worked during his lifetime trying to discover/invent aids for...

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  4. ... Bragg, J .C. Breckinridge, William J . Hardee, John Bell Hood, Theophilus H. Holmes, Joe Johnston...

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  5. ..., Vanderbilt, Reuters, Alexander Graham Bell , Morris, J W Gould ,and Rockefeller! There are more...

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  6. ... certainly not proven, as some would assert that Bell is a fraud who stole someone else's invention...conspiracy.) Remember, giving the credit to Bell is NOT based on some sort of popularity...

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  7. ...1) telegraph machine Alexander Graham Bell 5. What was the most common impact of...and business practices? (Points: 1) J .P. Morgan 7. Which of the...

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  9. E. White southerners concluded their position in the Union was hopeless. The winner was Abraham Lincoln, who campaigned on a platform to limit the spread of slavery, among other things...

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