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Deaf History 1700 - 1800. Joshua Windes Shaiquiar Smith. 1750. 25% of the residents at Martha’s Vineyard were deaf. . 1755 . Samuel Heinicke established the first oral school for the deaf in Germany. 1760. Charles Michel de l’Epee founded the first free school for the deaf in France.

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deaf history 1700 1800

Deaf History 1700 - 1800

Joshua Windes

Shaiquiar Smith

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1750
  • 25% of the residents at Martha’s Vineyard were deaf.
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1755
  • Samuel Heinicke established the first oral school for the deaf in Germany
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1760
  • Charles Michel de l’Epee founded the first free school for the deaf in France
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1760
  • French sign was established.
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1776
  • Abbe de l’Epee published “Instruction of deaf and dumb by means of methodical signs”
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1778
  • Samuel Heinicke, “Father of the German Method” (pure oralism) established a deaf school in Leipzig.
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1780

Charles Green of Boston became one of the earliest deaf Americans to receive formal education overseas in Scotland.

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1782
  • R.A. Sicard opened a school for the deaf at Bordeaux: wrote Theorie Des Signes (dictionary of signs).
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1784
  • Abba Silvestri opened first school for the deaf in Rome, Italy
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1789
  • Abbe de l’Epeedied.