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deaf figures in ... Co-founded the first deaf school in North America in 1817 in
Hartford, Connecticut. Pierre Deslog...
There are several famous deaf people who have been the founders of many
organizations, been ... Michelle Banks – A famous deaf African-American
The first deaf African-American Gallaudet graduate and founder of schools for the
deaf in Africa. Thomas H. Gallaudet The hearing man for whom Gallaudet ...
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 Spurred by the rhetoric of Alexander Graham Bell, known to most Americans
as the inventor of the telephone, American Deaf schools flocked to comply with ...
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List of famous deaf people, loosely ranked by fame and popularity. ... Ohio,
United States of America; Profession: Businessperson, Entrepreneur, Film
Feb 18, 2008 ... Linda Bove - (born November 30, 1945) is a deaf American actress who played
the part of Linda the Librarian on the children's television ...
Prominent Deaf People in Society & Culture - Deaf and Hard of Hearing ...
American actress and founder of the Onyx Theatre Company, the first Deaf
theater ..... One of Ronsard's most famous works is the sonnet “Quant vous serez