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The Mississippi Institution For The Education Of The Deaf And Dumb
The deaf of Mississippi can never cease to honor the State for what it has done for them. Inexorable war had brought death and destruction and almost famine, yet amid all this desolation the representatives of the people did not forget the deaf...
|Title:||The Mississippi Institution For The Education Of The Deaf And Dumb|
|Creator:||J.R. Dobyns (author)|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||African-american; Children; Deaf; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Government Agencies; Identity; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Policy; Schools; Segregation; Sensory Disability; Social Welfare & Communities|
|Note:||Republished in Histories of American Schools for the Deaf, 1817-1893, edited by Edward Allen Fay (Washington, D.C.: The Volta Bureau, 1893), vol.1.|