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Excerpt from Life of Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet: Founder of Deaf-Mute Instruction in America
Whatever may be said in justification of the use of this term in earlier years, it is now generally condemned as altogether out of place when applied to establishments designed solely for educational purposes. Many institutions for the deaf have dropped it from their official titles as inappropriate and misleading. No schools organized within the last thirty years make use of it. It has been thought best, therefore, in the interest of a most reasonable reform, to omit it from~ the following pages.
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publisher: Forgotten Books (April 22, 2017)
isbn: 133147034X, 978-1331470342,
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