Definition of Thomas hopkins gallaudet
1. Noun. United States educator who established the first free school in the United States for the hearing impaired (1787-1851).
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1. Annals of the American Pulpit: Or, Commemorative Notices of Distinguished by William Buell Sprague (1857)
"thomas hopkins gallaudet was born in the city of Philadelphia on the 10th of December, 1787. His father, Peter W. Gallaudet, was descended from a Huguenot ..."
2. The School Teacher's Manual: Containing Practical Suggestions on Teaching ...by He by Henry Dunn (1839)
"First English ed. published 1837, with title: Popular education. 3d ed., 1839: Principles of teaching."
3. The Connecticut Common School Journal and Annals of Education edited by Henry Barnard (1854)
"thomas hopkins gallaudet. THE teachers of Connecticut will ever hold the educational services of thomas hopkins gallaudet in grateful remembrance. ..."
4. The Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany by Alvan Lamson, Ezra Stiles Gannett, George Putnam, George Edward Ellis (1852)
"thomas hopkins gallaudet.* The eulogy is earnest, tender, and appreciative, ... and successful benevolence, — we mean the name of thomas hopkins gallaudet. ..."
5. Who's who in America by Albert Nelson Marquis (1899)
"Author: Popular Manual of International Law; Life of thomas hopkins gallaudet. Address: Kendall Green, Washington. GALLAUDET. Thomas, PE clergyman; ft. ..."
6. The New International Encyclopædia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1903)
"An American educator of the deaf and dumb, son of thomas hopkins gallaudet. He was born in Hartford, Conn., and was educated at Trinity College in that ..."