The U.S. Government Versus Alexander Graham Bell: An Important Acknowledgment for Antonio Meucci

@article{Catania2002TheUG,
  title={The U.S. Government Versus Alexander Graham Bell: An Important Acknowledgment for Antonio Meucci},
  author={Basilio Catania},
  journal={Bulletin of Science, Technology \& Society},
  year={2002},
  volume={22},
  pages={426 - 442}
}
  • B. Catania
  • Published 1 December 2002
  • History
  • Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society
The important trial between the U.S. government and Alexander Graham Bell began in June 1885 and ended in November 1897 with neither a winner nor a loser. The proceedings contain a large and authoritative body of evidence in the case for the priority of Antonio Meucci’s invention of the telephone. They are, however, difficult to retrieve, because they were never printed and distributed and because the typewritten or handwritten papers, which are located at the National Archives and Records… 

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