Author:Laurent Clerc

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Laurent Clerc
(1785–1869)
called "The Apostle of the deaf in America" and "The Father of the Deaf" by generations of American deaf people. With Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, he co-founded the first school for the deaf in North America, the Hartford Asylum for the Education and Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb on April 15, 1817 in the old Bennet's City Hotel, Hartford, Connecticut.— Excerpted from Laurent Clerc on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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