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Gallaudet, friend of the deaf.

Author: Etta Degering
Publisher: New York, D. McKay Co., [1964]
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A 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 reality.
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Named Person: T H Gallaudet; T H Gallaudet
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Etta Degering
OCLC Number: 237493
Description: xi, 177 pages illustrations 21 cm
Contents: Connecticut boy --
Height or high standing --
"To every man his work"--what was his? --
"No school for the deaf ones" --
England--Scotland --
Open doors and open arms --
"A rare and radiant maiden" --
New school--new courage --
April again --
"Richer than you think" --
"I will go to sleep" --
His father's son.
Responsibility: Illustrated by Emil Weiss.

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A 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 reality.

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