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Title American Sign Language in the 19th century [videorecording] / International Conference on Deaf History.
Published Burtonsville, Md. : Sign Media, c1992.
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Nat Ctr on Deafness (Ref)  HV2367 .A44 1992    IN LIBRARY
  
Description 1 videocassette (85 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Note Title on container: ASL in the 19th century.
Contents Decline of manualism in the 19th century / Doug Baynton (42 min.) -- The voices of men and women: The Silent Worker newspaper and the building of a deaf community, 1887-1929 / Robert Buchanan (40 min.).
System Reqs VHS.
Language Signed, voiced.
Summary In the first seminar, Baynton discusses the decline of sign language usage in the 19th century. In the second seminar, Buchanan discusses the history of the Silent Worker Newspaper, and how it illustrated the fundamental differences between manualism and oralism.
Subject Deaf -- Means of communication -- History -- Congresses.
American Sign Language -- History -- Congresses.
Deaf -- Education -- History -- Congresses.
Silent worker.
Genre Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Educational films.
Filmed lectures.
Related Names Baynton, Douglas C.
Buchanan, Robert M.
Sign Media, Inc.
Gallaudet University.
International Conference on Deaf History (1991 : Gallaudet University)
Alternate Title ASL in the 19th century
Related Title Decline of manualism in the 19th century.
Voices of men and women, Silent Worker newspaper and the building of a deaf community.
OCLC number 26679647