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- American Annals of the Deaf
- Gallaudet University Press
- Signs and Manual Communication Systems: Selection, Standardization, and Development Volume 142, Number 3, July 1997, pp. 90-105
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This issue contains 21 articles in total
- 150 Years of the American Annals of the Deaf: Retrospectus
- Pages from the Past
- Bi-Bi to MCE?
- Signs and Manual Communication Systems: Selection, Standardization, and Development
- Psycholinguistics and Deafness
- The Influence of Early Manual Communication on the Linguistic Development of Deaf Children
- The Educational Preparation of Oral Teachers of the Deaf
- Professional Preparation and Advancement of Deaf Teachers
- The Status of the Preschool Deaf Child
- Americanization in Our Schools for the Deaf
- Mistaken Investigations Concerning the Value of the Oral Method
- An Investigation Concerning the Value of the Oral Method
- Must the Sign-Language Go?
- The Value of the Sign-Language to the Deaf
- Reflections of a Deaf-Mute before Education: Narration by Mr. Ballard
- Is the Sign-Language Used to Excess in Teaching Deaf-Mutes?
- Words Recognized as Units: Systematic Signs
- Notions of the Deaf and Dumb before Instruction: Especially in Regard to Religious Subjects
- On the Natural Language of Signs: and Its Value and Uses in the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb
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