About This Collection
The American Annals of the Deaf and Dumb (1847-1886) is the oldest journal published in English that concentrates on the education of the deaf and information for professionals connected with the educational development of deaf students. Other topics are communication methods and strategies; language development; residential schools; parent-child relationships; and teacher training and teaching skills. In 1886, the name was changed to American Annals of the Deaf. The digitalized collection consists of articles from 1847 through 1893. American Annals of the Deaf continues to be published and is available in the Library.
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