American Annals of the Deaf, Volumes 42-43
American Annals of the Deaf, 1897 - Deaf
Beginning with Sept. 1955 issue, includes lists of doctors' dissertations and masters' theses on the education of the deaf.
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Page 142 - 1787, Georgia, Jan. 2, 1788, Connecticut, Jan. 9, 1788, Massachusetts, Feb. 6, 1788, Maryland, April 28, 1788, South Carolina, May 23, 1788, New Hampshire, June 21, 1788, Virginia, June 25, 1788, New York, July 26, 1788, North Carolina, Nov. 21, 1789, and Rhode Island. May 29, 1790. The
Page 141 - enacted. That on the admission of every new State into the Union, one star be added to the union of the flag, and that such addition shall take effect on the fourth of July next succeeding such admission.
Page 24 - have an emotion without expressing it afterward in some active way. Let the expression be the least thing in the world—speaking genially to one's grandmother, or giving up one's seat in a horse-car if nothing more heroic offers—but let it not fail to take place.
Page 20 - externals which we carry. If the 'searching of our heart and reins ' be the purpose of this human drama, then what is sought seems to be what effort we can make. He who can make none is but a shadow ; he who can make much is a hero.
Page 141 - the flag of the United States be thirteen horizontal stripes, alternate red and white : that the Union have twenty stars, white in a blue field.
Page 237 - In place of a part or the whole of this test, the candidate may present an exercise book, properly certified by his instructor, containing compositions or other written work done in connection with the reading of the books. The books
Page 251 - and the following resolution was unanimously adopted : "Resolved, That in the opinion of this Conference it is the duty of all institutions for the education of the deaf and dumb to provide adequate means for imparting instruction in articulation and lip-reading to such of their pupils as may be able to engage with profit in exercises of this nature."* The
Page 221 - Heredity," in " Report of the Special Committee of the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb," Philadelphia, 1884, pp. 23-26. — "Marriages of the Deaf," in "Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences,
Page 219 - The Possibility of the Formation of a Deaf Variety of the Human Race in America," in " Facts and Opinions relating to the Deaf from America," London, 1888, p. 91. Reprinted in "Appendix to the Report of the Koyal Commission on the Blind, the Deaf and Dumb,