None of proof that AGBell was in Milan, Italy.
Some people claimed that Alexander Graham Bell (AGBell) was in Milan, Italy for the Second International Congress on Education of the Deaf known as 1880 Infamous Milan Conference where 160 delegates out of 164 voted to ban sign language around the world. AGBell never in any form or shape show his soul at the conference at all. The majority of delegates were Italians and French—there were several British, Americans, Swedish, Belgian, and German. Five Americans. No, AGBell is not one of them.
None had shown the citizenship of Canadian. Alexander Graham Bell was born in Scotland and moved to Canada as a young kid, and became a Canadian citizen—and moved to America and begin hate crimes there. Did Alexander Graham Bell ever got his American citizenship? Anyone knows? The answer is that AGBell, either as Canadian or American never been in Milan, Italy for the conference at all. He was in America when the conference began on September 6th until the fateful 11th. The books below has shown none of proof that AGBell was in Milan, either. Oh, wait, there are more books that will say the same thing.
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2 thoughts on “AGBell Never Set a Foot in Milan 1880 Conference”
You are correct. AGBell was not at the ICED conference in Milan in 1880. Due to his telephone patent (which he supposedly stole) and popularity of the phone, Oralism that he endorsed and which was the same ideology that the Milan Conference declared as best for Deaf education, was so widely accepted and applied all around the world especially in the government backed Deaf residential schools royally screwed our World!
Thanks, yes, you are correct as well, too. There were some folks in CA that thinks AGBell was at the conference–they claimed to be “experts”–and they forgot about ICED Conference 2010 in Vancouver, B.C with apology letter; I am sure you remember that. Yet, AGBell continues to be a witch hunt.