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Forging Deaf Education in Nineteenth-Century France
Biographical Sketches of Bébian, Sicard, Massieu, and Clerc

Ferdinand Berthier
Edited and Translated by Freeman G. Henry

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A Brief Account of the Life and Works of
Auguste Bébian

Abbé Sicard
A Summary of His Life, His Work, and His Success

Followed by Biographical Sketches of
His Most Remarkable Students

Jean Massieu

Laurent Clerc


Ferdinand Berthier (1803–1886) was President of the Société Centrale des Sourds-Muets, Dean of the Royal Deaf Institute of Paris, and a member of the Historical Institute of France.

Freeman G. Henry is Professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.

ISBN 1-56368-415-2, 978-1-56368-415-9, 6 x 9 casebound, 148 pages, photographs, references, index


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