Alexander Graham Bell honours and tributes include honours bestowed upon him and awards named for him.
Alexander Graham Bell received numerous tributes during his life, and new awards were subsequently named for him posthumously.
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Major awards and tributes
Among those tributes:
Chief George Henry Martin Johnson of the aboriginal Six Nations Mohawk Reserve, near Bell's home in Brantford, Ontario awarded him the title of Honorary Chief for his work in translating the unwritten Mohawk language into Visible Speech symbols (c. 1870);Groundwater, Jennifer (2005) Alexander Graham Bell: The Spirit of Invention, Pg. 35. Altitude Publishing, Calgary ISBN 1-55439-006-0. Note: Bell was thrilled at his recognition by the Six Nations Reserve and throughout his life would launch into a Mohawk war dance when he was excited, as he did in Boston the day he succeeded in conducting the world's first communication by an electric telephone;
The National Association of Teachers of the Deaf elects Bell its president (1874);