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Early History of the Kansas School for the Deaf, 1861-1873
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TitleEarly History of the Kansas School for the Deaf, 1861-1873
AbstractThesis toward a master's degree from George Washington University, discussing the early history of the Kansas School for the Deaf, "the oldest state educational institution in the state of Kansas," founded in 1861 in Baldwin, Kansas, originally. Chapter 2 (pages 4-22) about Philip Alfred Emery, or Philip Emery, the first teacher at the Kansas School for the Deaf, born in Ohio in 1830 and starting with the school around 1860.
AuthorHarold M. Liberman
DateJuly 1966
LocationMVSC Q 378.7 K162L
See Also"Celebrating Kansas' Deaf Heritage," in Album, Winter 2003, Vol. 16, no. 1, pages 1, 4-5 [MVSC F 978.1675 J66AL ].
SubjectDeaf persons
Local SubjectKansas School for the Deaf
Emery, Philip A.
Item TypeThesis/Dissertation
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Item ID105060
CONTENTdm number30511
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