Deaf-mutes in the United States: Analysis of the Census of 1910 with Summary of State Laws Relative to the Deaf as of January 1, 1918

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1918 - Deaf - 221 pages
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Contents

Introduction
11
Comparison with foreign countries
17
Country of birth of foreignborn white deafmutes
23
Marital condition
32
Cause of deafness
53
Deaf and dumb population for whom special schedules were returned classified according to age when hearing
62
Heredity and deafness
65
Education
75
Deaf and dumb population for whom special schedules were returned classified according to broad age groups and
126
Deaf and dumb population for whom special schedules were returned classified according to relationship of parents
135
Deaf and dumb population for whom special schedules were returned classified according to race nativity sex rela
143
Deaf and dumb population for whom special schedules were returned classified according to reported cause of deafness
146
Deaf and dumb population for whom special schedules were returned classified according to reported cause of deafness
150
Deaf and dumb population 5 years of age or over for whom special schedules were returned classified according
158
Male and female deaf and dumb population 10 years of age or over for whom special schedules were returned classified
164
1910
176

Means of communication and ability to read lips 8292
82
Occupations and economic status
92
Blind deafmutes
106
Foreignborn white deaf and dumb population for whom special schedules were returned classified according to country
112
Deaf and dumb population for whom special schedules were returned classified according to race nativity age
118
Delaware
182
Page
199
Special schedules employed in enumerating the deaf and dumb in foreign countries 210215
210
1910 128
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