Early Development of Teaching the Deaf by Oral and Manual Methods (18th and 19th Century) National Education Association of the United States, Proceedings of meeting held in the Senate chamber, Madison, Wis., Wednesday, July 16th, 1884: to… Read More »Bibliography on Alexander Graham Bell and the Teaching of the Deaf
Image George Dalgarno system for signing.Image hand layout for signing.Harold Clark’s talking glove developed for WWI veterans. Katie Booth believes that Bell’s opposition to signing as it was 140 years ago meant he would try… Read More »Rudimentary Sign Languages of the 19th Century Were Not the Same As Modern ASL.
Edwin Grosvenor has been the Editor-in-Chief of American Heritage and Invention & Technology Magazines and President of American Heritage Publishing since 2007. Grosvenor has written, co-authored, or edited thirteen books on American and European history… Read More »About Edwin Grosvenor