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Eighth Report Of The Directors Of The American Asylum, At Hartford, For The Education And Instruction Of The Deaf And Dumb, Exhibited To The Asylum, May 15, 1824
To conduct an establishment for the deaf and dumb with success, the pupils should be assembled together. To have them board in private families would exceedingly impair, if not quite destroy, the efforts made for their improvement and government....
|Title:||Eighth Report Of The Directors Of The American Asylum, At Hartford, For The Education And Instruction Of The Deaf And Dumb, Exhibited To The Asylum, May 15, 1824|
|Publisher:||W. Hudson and L. Skinner, Hartford|
|Source:||American School for the Deaf|
|Keywords:||Advocacy; Alabama; Asylums; Charity; Children; Communication; Connecticut; Deaf; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; Government; Hartford, CT; Institutions; Laurent Clerc; Mason Cogswell; Mute; Religion; Schools; Sensory Disability; Sheltered Workshop; Sign Language; Social Welfare & Communities; Thomas Gallaudet; U.S. Congress; Work|