Washington: Way & Gideon, 1828. 11, [1 blank] pp Disbound without wraps, lightly foxed, near Very Good
"The signs and gestures of the deaf-mute are capable of application to all the subjects of thought and of communication, between man and man." Weld traces the history of the education of deaf-mutes in the United States, the progress that has been made, and the problems that remain to be solved.
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