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Fri Mar 21 17:07:16 2014 UTClccn-n821639680.06A deaf child listened : Thomas Gallaudet, pioneer in American education /0.350.98A retrospect of the education of the deaf, on the occasion of the Clerc Centennial Commemoration, December 28, 188523082212Thomas_Hopkins_Gallaudetn 82163968859865Gallaudet, T. H.Gallaudet, T. H. 1787-1851Gallaudet, Thomas, 1787-1851Gallaudet, Thomas Hopkins, 1787-1851Hopkins Gallaudet, Thomas 1787-1851lccn-n80046661Neimark, Anne E.lccn-n88023505Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Personslccn-n95000722Wadsworth, Elaineilllccn-n95093429Bowen, Andy Russellnp-cogswell, aliceCogswell, Alicelccn-n88023506American School, at Hartford, for the Deaflccn-n79053828McCully, Emily Arnoldlccn-n86053053Degering, Ettalccn-n50017807Barnard, Henry1811-1900lccn-n80069046American Tract SocietypblGallaudet, T. H.(Thomas Hopkins)1787-1851Juvenile worksSermonsBiographyDictionariesFictionGallaudet, T. H.--(Thomas Hopkins),United StatesTeachers of the deafConnecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb PersonsDeafAmerican School, at Hartford, for the DeafDeafnessSign languageTeachersDeaf--EducationSermons, AmericanAmerican Sign LanguageNatural theologyMissionsHawaiiChristian lifeWomen--EducationSandwich Islands MissionTeachers--Training ofBibleDeaf--Institutional careFaithHistory of Biblical eventsOjibwa languageRepentance--ChristianitySpellersEnglish languageSoulClerc, Laurent,Josiah,--King of JudahJonah--(Biblical prophet)English language--Orthography and spellingCongregational churchesCharityChildren--Religious lifeJoseph--(Son of Jacob)FamiliesConnecticut--HartfordReligious educationSunday school literatureBible storiesStudentsImmortalityStorytellingBible stories, English--Old TestamentBrothers and sistersGallaudet CollegeMoses--(Biblical leader)EducatorsSaul,--King of Israel17871851181018171818181918201821182418251828182918301831183218331834183518361837183818391840184118421843184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918611862186518661869187018721874187618861887188818911900191019111913192019321936193819391942194619481958196419651967196819701972197319741977197819791980198119831984198619871989199019921993199419951996199920002003200420052007200820092010201120137253241661370.7AC1ocn011815016ocn66938972517022ocn001954733book18320.13Gallaudet, T. HThe youth's book on natural theology : illustrated in familiar dialogues, with numerous engravingsJuvenile worksFiction1528ocn015440124book18190.93Gallaudet, T. HAn address delivered at a meeting for prayer, with reference to the Sandwich Mission, in the Brick Church in Hartford, October 11, 181912817ocn006258715book18380.84Gallaudet, T. HScripture biography for the young : with critical illustrations and practical remarksJuvenile worksBiography12110ocn000728560book18280.90Gallaudet, T. HAn address on female education, delivered, Nov. 21st, 1827, at the opening of the edifice erected for the accommodation of the Hartford female seminary12028ocn011938909book18400.66Gallaudet, T. HThe practical spelling-book, with reading lessons1175ocn228669436file18250.92Gallaudet, T. HPlan of a seminary for the education of instructers [sic] of youth1158ocn015576152book18180.93Gallaudet, T. HDiscourses on various points of Christian faith and practice most of which were delivered in the chapel of the Oratoire, in Paris, in the spring of MDCCCXVI999ocn124555495book18350.53Gallaudet, T. HGallaudet's picture defining and reading book also, New-Testament stories, in the Ojibua language9510ocn009836389book18180.81Gallaudet, T. HDiscourses on various points of Christian faith and practice : most of which were delivered in the Chapel of the Oratoire in Paris in the spring of M. DCCC. XVI9220ocn057244801book18360.20Gallaudet, T. HThe child's book on the soul : two parts in oneJuvenile worksFictionThomas H. Gallaudet (1787-1851) was the Apostle to the Deaf in the United States. He devoted his life to teach the underprivileged the truths of God's Word. He wrote dozens and dozens of books using simple, straightforward language for children, young people and adults. This is considered the most remarkable book written by this extraordinary man. Henry Barnard, the distinguished promoter of public education, said the following about the book "The Child's Book on the Soul:" 'This book exhibits Mr. Gallaudet's remarkable tact in bringing the most abstract subject within the grasp of the feeblest and youngest mind.' - Publisher+-+2166074406889ocn085800258com18170.92Gallaudet, T. HA sermon delivered at the opening of the Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons at the request of the directors, on Sunday evening, April 20th, 1817, in the Brick Church in HartfordSermons889ocn005044019book18340.07Gallaudet, T. HThe child's book on repentance : designed also for older personsJuvenile works863ocn015575051book18170.93Gallaudet, T. HA sermon delivered at the opening of the Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons ... April 20th, 1817Sermons7520ocn011326471book18410.70Gallaudet, T. HThe school and family dictionary, and illustrative definerDictionaries679ocn008050111book18380.23Gallaudet, T. HScripture biography for the young, with critical illustrations and practical remarks. Adam to JacobJuvenile worksBiography624ocn001220646book18370.70Gallaudet, T. HThe history of Josiah, the young king of Judah619ocn005044147book18330.07Gallaudet, T. HThe history of Jonah : for children and youth : designed also as an aid to familiar Biblical exposition in families Sabbath schools and Bible classesJuvenile worksBiography545ocn001721997book18240.90Gallaudet, T. HA sermon on the duty and advantages of affording instruction to the deaf and dumb4813ocn011348875book18350.93Gallaudet, T. HThe class book of natural theology : for common schools and academies, with numerous engravings, and a copious list of questions444ocn191242058book18340.07Gallaudet, T. HThe history of Joseph, for children and youth; designed also as an aid to familiar Biblical exposition in families, Sabbath schools, and Bible classes10892ocn009083287book19830.06Neimark, Anne EA deaf child listened : Thomas Gallaudet, pioneer in American educationJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of a man whose pioneering efforts in educating deaf children in the early part of the nineteenth century are still being felt today9726ocn031937234book19950.06Bowen, Andy RussellA world of knowing : a story about Thomas Hopkins GallaudetJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the founder of the first school for the deaf in the United States who, among other accomplishments, evolved a new sign language and wrote children's books+-+49049612357301ocn184829087book20080.15McCully, Emily ArnoldMy heart glow : Alice Cogswell, Thomas Gallaudet, and the birth of American sign languageJuvenile worksBiographyThe true story of how one little girl inspired a whole new language--American Sign Language--as well as the founding of a school where it could be taught+-+K3755687965359ocn000237493book19640.19Degering, EttaGallaudet, friend of the deafJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of Thomas H. Gallaudet, who believed the deaf deserved the availability of a high school and college education and set about making it a reality46128ocn011034294book18520.70Barnard, HenryTribute to Gallaudet a discourse in commemoration of the life, character and services, of the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, LL. D., delivered before the citizens of Hartford, Jan. 7th, 1852Biography2313ocn502031455book20100.06Wyckoff, Edwin BritSign language man : Gallaudet and his incredible workHistoryJuvenile worksBiography"Read about Thomas H. Gallaudet, who helped develop and teach American Sign Language"--Provided by publisher+-+K29985112512015ocn002534112book18880.66Gallaudet, Edward MinerLife of Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, founder of deaf-mute instruction in America9711ocn197517088book18570.86Humphrey, HemanThe life and labors of the Rev. T.H. Gallaudet, LL.D.BiographyPortraits924ocn015576784book18190.93United StatesReport of the committee to which was referred the petition of the Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons February 22, 1819, read, and ordered to lie upon the table313ocn007047139book18520.92Barnard, HenryA discourse in commemoration of the life, character and services, of the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, LL. D., delivered before the citizens of Hartford, January 7th, 1852171ocn029408925visu19930.47Fortune and misfortuneHistoryBiographyThis film centers on events that lead to the founding of education for deaf students in the United States. Thomas Gallaudet, encouraged by Mason Cogswell to learn the European methods of educating deaf students, enrolls at Saint-Jacques. It is here that Gallaudet convinces Laurent Clerc to accompany him to Hartford to assist in founding a school for the deaf in the United States. "You will be a living proof that what has been believed impossible--the education of those born deaf--is indeed possible."161ocn029409046visu19930.47Spreading the wordHistoryBiographyThis film centers around the efforts of Gallaudet and Clerc to establish the American Asylum, recruit students and seek funding for the school and its programs. These efforts involved extensive travel and public lectures not only to solicit funds but also to recruit students so the school would flourish. Within a dozen years of its founding the school was receiving students from half the states in the Union. "This assembly of much of the deaf youth of America in one place was one of the main forces that created a true society of the deaf with a single language serving to bind them together."141ocn043850679visu19950.37Schools for the deafHistoryA documentary on the history of Deaf schools and deaf education in the United States133ocn008053397book18870.73Syle, Henry WinterA biographical sketch of the Rev. Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, LL. D., the first great educator of the deaf in AmericaHistoryBiography124ocn014840187book18520.97Barnard, HenryA discourse in commemoration of the life, character, and services of the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, LL. D. : delivered before the citizens of Hartford, Jan. 7th, 1852 : with an appendix containing history of deaf-mute instruction and institutions and other documentsBiography71ocn055155260book19950.06Ayers, DonnaMy name is AliceJuvenile worksFor seven years, Alice Cogswell lived in a world without words. She could not hear or speak. Then a man named Thomas Gallaudet became her friend and teacher. His friendship freed her from a silent world73ocn011392047book19800.70Fernandes, James JThe gate to heaven : T.H. Gallaudet and the rhetoric of the deaf education movementHistoryThe first half of the nineteenth century was in America an era of reform. Stimulated by the intellectual currents of evangelism, nationalism and enlightenment philosophy, Americans banded together in collective efforts to eradicate social ills. The major instruments of reform were benevolent societies which united Christians of all denominations in some form of "doing good." While many of the reforms addressed practical social problems, they were guided largely by a religious motive, by the goals of71ocn031552373book18860.98Syle, Henry WinterA retrospect of the education of the deaf, on the occasion of the Clerc Centennial Commemoration, December 28, 188561ocn003909774book19130.88Holycross, Edwin IsaacThe Abbé de l'Epée, Charles-Michel de l'Epée, founder of the manual instruction of the deaf : and other early teachers of the deaf42ocn026679680visu19920.47International Conference on Deaf HistoryT.H. Gallaudet and A.G. BellHistoryIn the first seminar, Valentine discusses Thomas H. Gallaudet and how his thoughts and times influenced deaf education in the 19th century. In the second seminar Winzer discusses Alexander Graham Bell and how he helped to alter deaf education+-+2166074406+-+2166074406Fri Mar 21 15:51:46 EDT 2014batch32980