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Signs and Wonders: Religious Rhetoric and the Preservation of Sign Language
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32. Ibid.

33. Ibid.

34. Quoted in ibid., 260. Emphasis in original.

35. Ibid.

36. See Baynton, “ ‘Savages and Deaf-Mutes’ ”; Gallaudet, “Combined System,” 261.

37. Baynton, Forbidden Signs, 9.

38. Gallaudet, “Combined System,” 264.

39. Ibid., 261. Emphasis in original.

40. Ibid., 266.

41. Hasenstab, “Religious Training,” 15–16.

42. Ibid., 18.

43. Ibid., 21.

44. Spofford, “Fisher Ames Spofford’s Address,” 143.

45. Loring, “George H. Loring’s Address to Gallaudet,” 147.

46. Gallaudet, “Ideal School for the Deaf,” 282.

47. Ibid., 284.

48. Ibid., 285.

49. Ibid.

50. Baynton, Forbidden Signs, 97.

51. Averitt, ASDB 75th Commemoration, 2.

52. Weeks, History of Public Education in Arizona, 38.

53. Ibid., 88.

54. Ibid., 89.

55. Ibid., 130.

56. Bjorlee, “What Does Education Mean to You?” 21.

57. Howard Griffin, “What Shall We Teach?” 7.

58. Ibid.

59. “Just This Minute,” 7.

60. “God Made Them All,” 4.

61. “Why Do We have a High School Paper?” 1.

62. Hamilton, “Desert,” 5; “Lone Outlaw,” 30.

63. Valentine, “Deaf in History,” 13.

64. Ibid.


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