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Mary Cogswell (Daughter) To Mary Cogswell (Mother), January 8, 1818
There was the other day an exhibition of the deaf and dumb from New York held at the Lancasterian School. We of course attended it and I must say it was rather shabby. The regulations were miserable for the little dirty children belonging to the school...
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Title: Mary Cogswell (Daughter) To Mary Cogswell (Mother), January 8, 1818
From: Letters -- Miscellaneous Cogswell Family
Creator: Mary Cogswell (author)
Date: January 8, 1818
Format: Correspondence
Publication: Father and Daughter: A Collection of Cogswell Family Letters and Diaries (1772-1830)
Publisher: American School for the Deaf
Source: Yale Medical Library
Control no.: Biog. C659R
Keywords: Advocacy; Alice Cogswell; Children; Communication; Connecticut; Deaf; Education; Educational Institutions; Exhibits; Family; Institutions; Mason Cogswell; Mute; New York; Parenting; Philanthropy; Schools; Sensory Disability; Sign Language
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations

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