Histories of American Schools for the Deaf, 1817-1893 (Paperback)
This groundbreaking work provides a comprehensive history of American schools for the deaf during the 19th century. With fascinating accounts of the visionary educators, students, and institutions that helped shape this important field, readers will gain a deep appreciation for the challenges and triumphs of those who worked to create a more inclusive and just society.
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