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I believed many other droll and ridiculous things; but as one cannot recollect what passed in his infancy, I cannot describe them. I am sure that the deaf and dumb who are in your country, think as I once did. You must be so kind as to aid us to undeceive them. We shall cultivate their minds and form their hearts; but as the mind and heart cannot live without the body, you will have the goodness to charge yourselves, with your other countrymen, with the support of their bodies. In Europe, each nation, however small, has an institution for the deaf and dumb, and most of these institutions are at the expense of the government.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1987. A MIGHTY CHANGE PA R T O N E INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS 1 L AU R E N T C L E R C (1785–1869) The most influential deaf person in America during the first half of the nineteenth century was Laurent Clerc. With his intelligence, gentlemanly demeanor, sign language skills, and ability to read and write, Clerc gave living proof to the public that deaf individuals could be educated, and educated well. He came from France in 1816 to help found the first permanent school for deaf students in the United States, and taught there for over four decades.
23. Laura Redden, ‘‘A Few Words about the Deaf and Dumb,’’ American Annals of the Deaf and Dumb 10 (1858): 178. 24. John R. : Benjamin Olds, 1835), 24. Despite the development of glosses and other systems for representing ASL through writing, Burnet’s observation still holds largely true today. 25. Ibid, 18. 26. It was not until the advent of motion picture technology in the early twentieth century that ASL lectures and performances began to be recorded and preserved. 27. ’’ For an interesting selection of Whorf ’s work, see John B.
A Mighty Change: An Anthology of Deaf American Writing, 1816-1864 (Gallaudet Classics in Deaf Studies Series, Vol. 2) by Christopher Krentz