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A Place of Their Own

Using original sources, this unique text focuses on the American Deaf community during the 19th century.

A Place of Their Own

Using original sources, this unique text focuses on the American Deaf community during the 19th century.

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Creating the Deaf Community in America

Using original sources, this unique text focuses on the American Deaf community during the 19th century. It traces the history of Deaf people in America not from the perspective of pathology, but of culture as the distinguishing characteristic of a distinct community of individuals whose history and achievements are worthy of study. Largely through schools for the Deaf, Deaf people began to develop a common language and a sense of community. A Place of Their Own brings the perspective of history to bear on the reality of deafness and provides fresh and important insights into the lives of Deaf Americans. [John V. VanCleve and Barry A. Crouch; (1989) 212 pages; soft cover]

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