Deafness and the deaf in the United States; considered primarily in relation to those sometimes more or less erroneously known as "deaf-mutes," by Harry Best.


New York, The Macmillan company, 1943.

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American
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
HV2545 .B42 1943 Off-site
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Gallaudet
UNIV DEAF Copy 1 Room (Non-Circulating)
301.323 B4d, 1943 Available
UNIV DEAF stacks
301.323 B4d, 1943 Available Request
UNIV DEAF stacks
301.323 B4d, 1943 Available Request
UNIV DEAF stacks
301.323 B4d, 1943 Available Request
UNIV DEAF stacks
301.323 B4d, 1943 Available Request
UNIV DEAF stacks
301.323 B4d, 1943 In Transit Discharged Request
Subjects Deaf -- United States
Deaf -- United States -- Education
Description xix, 675 p. 24 cm.
Notes "A revision and expansion of 'The deaf: their position in society and the provision for their education in the United States,' published in 1914."--Foreword.
Includes bibliographical references.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)01124183
(OCoLC)1124183
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