Indiana Deaf and Dumb Asylum 1851 Report

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Eighth Annual Report of the Trustees and Superintendent of the Indiana Asylum for Educating the Deaf and Dumb to the General Assembly.


 

Names in this online transcription include Allen, Amerman, Ames, Anderson, Arnett, Axtell, Banks, Bannon, Barker, Belches, Boll, Botkin, Bowes, Brown, Bruner, Buchanan, Campbell, Carper, Clark, Collins, Compton, Conant, Conner, Coots, Crumpton, Dailey, Davis, Day, Daywalt, Deal, Deboy, DeMotte, Dinsmore, Diver, Drake, Duggins, Dunlap, Edminster, Ellis, Emery, Enochs, Fellows, Ford, Fuller, Fulton, Gibbens, Gilmore, Golding, Goodwin, Graham, Grimes, Hadley, Hanson, Harrison, Hartman, Hatton, Holden, Hopkins, Hotchkiss, Hull, Husham, Inman, Jackson, Jameson, Jennings, Kepner, Kingsbury, Kiser, Lampkins, Lattin, Lawson, Leake, Leap, Leichner, Loving, Loyd, Luark, Maddox, Mann, McCahill, McCarter, McCoy, McFarland, McLean, Medaris, Meharry, Messler, Michael, Miller, Millsaps, Minnis, Moore, Nardyke, Nicoles, Orchard, Osborn, Osgood, Owens, Parrish, Perigo, Peters, Pool, Rader, Ringle, Ritchey, Roberts, Rolland, Russell, Sams, Sanborn, Sebring, Senior, Sharpe, Shimer, Shirts, Simmons, Skiles, Smith, Stultz, Surber, Swarts, Tanner, Thomas, Tiffany, Tingley, Tusing, Underwood, Vanderpool, Vest, Voris, Wall, Ward, Watson, Way, Weaver, White, Wickersham, Wilkison, Willard, Williams, Wilson, Winings, Wolf, Wolverton, Woodward, Young.

Labels: Indiana, Home Records, Deaf and Dumb

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