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A Fair Chance in the Race of Life
The Role of Gallaudet University in Deaf History

Brian H. Greenwald and
John Vickrey Van Cleve, Editors

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Contents

      Acknowledgments

      Editors’ Introduction

1    A Fair Chance in the Race of Life: Thoughts on the 150th
      Anniversary of the Founding of the Columbia Institution
      James M. McPherson

2    John Carlin and Deaf Double-Consciousness
      Christopher Krentz

3    A Legacy of Leadership: Edward Miner Gallaudet
      and the Columbia Institution, 1857–1864
      David de Lorenzo

4    The Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet and Alice Cogswell Statue:
      Controversies and Celebrations
      Michael J. Olson

5    Two Views on Mathematics Education for Deaf Students:
      Edward Miner Gallaudet and Amos G. Draper
      Christopher A. N. Kurz

6    Douglas Craig, 186?–1936
      Marieta Joyner

7    The Women of Kendall Green: Coeducation at Gallaudet,
      1860–1910
      Lindsey M. Parker

8    The Struggle to Educate Black Deaf School Children
      in Washington, D.C.
      Sandra Jowers-Barber

9    George Detmold, The Reformer
      Ronald E. Sutcliffe

10  Building Kendall Green: Alumni Support for Gallaudet
      University
      Noah D. Drezner

11  The Power of Place: The Evolution of Kendall Green
      Benjamin Bahan and Hansel Bauman

12  DPN and the Evolution of the Gallaudet Presidency
      I. King Jordan

      Contributors

      Index

Brian H. Greenwald is a professor in the Department of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Sociology at Gallaudet University.

John Vickrey Van Cleve is Professor Emeritus of History at Gallaudet University.

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