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Gallaudet

[gal-uh-det] /ˌgæl əˈdɛt/
noun
1.
Thomas Hopkins, 1787–1851, U.S. educator of the deaf and writer.
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  • Every comfort was his, supplied by the kind ladies of Dr. Gallaudet's family.

  • In a number of centers a leading association is that of the alumni of Gallaudet College.

    The Deaf Harry Best
  • For this purpose Gallaudet and a few others set about soliciting contributions.

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  • Funds to the amount of $2,278 were subscribed before the departure of Gallaudet.

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  • At an early period of his life, Mr. Gallaudet became interested in the Deaf and Dumb.

  • Mr. Gallaudet interested himself in the case of this child, and attempted to converse with and instruct her.

  • To take up this work, attention was directed to Gallaudet, then a young theological student.

    The Deaf Harry Best
  • Gallaudet responded at once to the appeal made to him, and proceeded to prepare himself forthwith.

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  • The same year, 1815, saw Gallaudet start upon his errand, his expenses being defrayed by the society.

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