The Bell estate is located in Nova Scotia. He called it Beinn Bhreagh (pronounced ban vreeah) which means "beautiful mountain" in Gaelic. Their home which looked like a castle had 37 rooms. The Bells would spend thirty-six years here, dividing their time between Washington D.C. and Canada. Bell had become a U.S. citizen, but he loved Canada. The land around Baddeck was very similar to his native Scotland. In fact the word Nova Scotia means "New Scotland". Many Scottish people live there.
Work a Jigsaw Puzzle
Bell and family
for the deaf
Bell and Mr. Watson
The Bell Family
on a telephone
The Bell estate
The Silver Dart
Bell and sheep
Bell and Elsie
May Bell Grosvenor
Biography of Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site of Canada
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