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The Education Of Deaf Mutes: Shall It Be By Signs Or Articulation?
When we consider the results obtained by instruction in the sign language, we cannot be surprised at the dissatisfaction expressed by the deaf mutes of this vicinity with the present method of instruction, nor at the desire that some other system should at least be tried....
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Title: The Education Of Deaf Mutes: Shall It Be By Signs Or Articulation?
Creator: Gardiner Greene Hubbard (author)
Date: 1867
Format: Pamphlet
Publisher: A. Williams & Co., Boston
Source: Available at selected libraries
Keywords: Advocacy; Alice Cogswell; American School For The Deaf; Asylums; Benevolence; Children; Communication; Connecticut; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Family; France; Government; Government Agencies; Horace Mann; Identity; Institutions; Julia Brace; Laura Bridgman; Mason Cogswell; Massachusetts; Oralism; Policy; Politics; Religion; Schools; Sensory Disability; Sign Language; Social Welfare & Communities; Statistics; Thomas Gallaudet
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy