American Asylum at Hartford 1821 Report
The Fifth Annual Report of the Directors of the American Asylum at Hartford, For the Education and Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. Exhibited to the Asylum May 12, 1821. Includes a list of pupils with their date of admission and residence.
Names in this online transcription include Allen, Appleton, Astor, Atkins, Averill, Backus, Bailey, Barnes, Barrett, Bartlett, Battel, Bedford, Beecher, Bishop, Bliss, Boardman, Boudinot, Brewster, Brooks, Buck, Buel, Bull, Burgess, Burt, Caldwell, Champion, Clerc, Cogswell, Coles, Colt, Comstock, Coolidge, Curtiss, Day, Delavan, Deming, Dillingham, Dudley, Earnest, Eastman, Elliot, Ely, Fisher, Forrester, Fowler, Fuller, Fullerton, Gallaudet, Gilbert, Gray, Hall, Hitchcock, Holt, Howell, Hudson, Hyde, Imlay, Jackson, Kane, Kimbal, Kimball, Lambert, Leonard, Loring, Mann, Marshall, McKinney, Merrell, Morrison, Moulthrop, Munson, Neilson, Newcomb, Noyes, Olcott, Oliver, Orr, Overing, Parker, Parkman, Parsons, Peabody, Perkins, Phillips, Pickman, Platt, Porter, Proctor, Ransom, Remsen, Rice, Ritchie, Rogers, Rose, Russ, Salisbury, Scarborough, Scott, Scovel, Scovell, Sears, Selden, Sigourney, Smith, Southworth, Spofford, Stanley, Starr, Stebbins, Strickland, Stuart, Templeton, Terry, Thomas, Thorndike, Tripp, Trumbull, Tudor, Turberville, Turner, Upson, Van Rensselaer, Wadsworth, Wakefield, Walker, Ward, Waters, Watkinson, Watson, Webster, Weld, Wells, West, Whitney, Whiton, Whittelsey, Wilder, Willis, Williston, Woodbridge, Woodward.
Labels: Connecticut, Home Records, Deaf and Dumb
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