Michigan Asylum Biennial Report for 1865 and 1866
Seventh Biennial Report of the Board of Trustees of the Michigan Asylum for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind for the Years 1865 and 1866. Includes a list of pupils.
Names in this online transcription include Alderman, Allman, Always, Ansbrow, Bangs, Beasley, Berry, Bonney, Brackett, Bradley, Breg, Briggs, Brown, Buchanan, Burger, Buttolph, Callahan, Carl, Chapmans, Chase, Cheseboro, Clancy, Clark, Clarks, Clough, Cobb, Cole, Collard, Connelly, Cook, Cranson, Crawford, Croy, Cutler, De Mott, DeFoe, DeMott, DeVall, Dolsen, Don Pierre, Drum, Eberly, Eggleston, Everhart, Fernette, Franklin, Frederick, Friar, Furgeson, George, Goodell, Gore, Green, Griffin, Gunn, Halifac, Hamblin, Hamilton, Hare, Harris, Hartman, Harwood, Hendrixson, Herrick, Hess, Hitchcock, Holdstock, Holland, Hoxie, Hubbard, Hunn, Hunter, Hyland, Jones, Kerr, Kirk, Knapp, Lake, Lambert, Lane, LeRoy, Loranger, Loury, McCave, McClumpha, McNeill, Mead, Mellon, Miller, Morehouse, Murray, Nicoles, Northrop, Nowlen, Overshire, Palmanteer, Palmer, Parr, Penn, Petrie, Phanburn, Phelps, Pierson, Pixley, Poor, Rasin, Reasner, Rector, Reed, Rees, Richardson, Rooks, Sanford, Seitz, Sharpsteen, Sheppard, Sherman, Sickels, Simmons, Simpson, Sisson, Smith, Snook, Spencer, Sprague, St. John, St. Lawrence, Storms, Thayer, Thomas, Urch, Van Damme, Walker, Walter, Weinberg, Wesley, Wilbur, Wilcox, Williams, Windiate, Wood, Wright.
Labels: Michigan, School Records and Yearbooks, Deaf and Dumb, Blindness
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