Edmund Booth

Edmund Booth

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Annotation Homesteader in Iowa, a 49er in the California Gold Rush, and editor of a local paper, Edmund Booth epitomized the classic 19th century pioneer, except for one difference--he was deaf.Abbe de Ia#39;Epee, Founder of the Manual Instruction of the Deaf and Other Early Teachers of the Deaf The (Edwin Isaac Holycross), 142 abolition. ... Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons (American School for the Deaf), 7; annual reports, 8-9; deaf teachers at, 5, 10 ... See also mesmerism Annals of Iowa, 140, 180 Anthony, Susan B., 138 Association Review (journal), 142 Badger , Oliver, 178anbsp;...

Title:Edmund Booth
Author: Harry G. Lang
Publisher: - 2004

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