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American Asylum (Hartford, Conn.). Directors' report, 1817--
1817- Annual directors' reports of the American Asylum at Hartford, Connecticut, for the education of the "Deaf and Dumb." Of note, Rev. Thomas
Gallaudet was a co-founder of this first school for the education of the deaf in America. Initially called the "Connecticut Asylum (at Hartford) for the
Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons," it now operates as the American School for the Deaf. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of titles
originally held by the Connecticut Historical Society Library, the Library of Congress, the Maine State Library, and/or the Connecticut State
Title:   Report of the directors and officers of the American School, at Hartford, for the Deaf : reformatted from the original and including, Report of the committee of the Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons ...
OCLC Number:   1017100481
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup
1st (1817)YesNo
2nd (1818)YesNo
3rd (1819)YesNo
4th (1920)YesNo
5th (1821)YesNo
6th (1822)YesNo
7th (1823)YesNo
8th (1824)YesNo
9th (1825)YesNo
9th (1825), c.2 (re-set)YesNo
10th (1826)YesNo
11th (1827)YesNo
12th (1828)YesNo
12th (1828), c.2YesNo
13th (1829)YesNo
13th (1829), c.2YesNo
14th (1830)YesNo
15th (1831)YesNo
16th (1832)YesNo
17th (1833)YesNo
18th (1834)YesNo
19th (1835)YesNo
20th (1836)YesNo
21st (1837)YesNo
22nd (1838)YesNo
23rd (1839)YesNo
24th (1840)YesNo
25th (1841)YesNo
25th (1841), c.2YesNo
26th (1842)YesNo
27th (1843)YesNo
27th (1843), c.2YesNo
28th (1844)YesNo
28th (1844), c.2YesNo
29th (1845)YesNo
30th (1846)YesNo
31st (1847)YesNo
32nd (1848)YesNo
33rd (1849)YesNo
36th (1852)YesNo
37th (1853)YesNo
38th (1854)YesNo
40th (1856)YesNo
41st (1857)YesNo
43rd (1859)YesNo
45th (1861)YesNo