Samuel Gridley Howe; social reformer, 1801-1876.


Cambridge, Harvard Univ. Press, 1956.

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Subjects Blindness -- rehabilitation.
Howe, S. G. (Samuel Gridley), 1801-1876.
Howe, Samuel Gridley, 1801-1876.
Social Welfare -- History.
Series Harvard historical studies ; v. 67.
Description viii, 348 pages portrait
Copyright Date 1956.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Early Years -- First Years in Greece -- Later Years in Greece -- Choosing a Profession -- The Early Years of the Perkins Institution -- The Education of the Deaf-Blind -- Fads and Reforms -- Bachelorhood and Marriage -- The Common School Controversy -- The Education of the Feeble-Minded -- Free-Soil Days -- The Ferment of Abolition -- Kansas Agitation -- The Prelude to Harpers Ferry -- The Aftermath of Harpers Ferry -- He Is Trampling Out the Vintage -- Postwar Campaigns -- Santo Domingo and Samana Bay -- Husband and Father.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)263633
(OCoLC)ocm00263633
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WorldCat Identities Schwartz, Harold.
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