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An excerpt from a eulogy for Thomas H. Gallaudet (1787-1851), an important figure in the history of education of deaf people in America.

A eulogy describing the “life, character, and services” of Reverend Thomas H. Gallaudet, delivered by Henry Barnard, superintendent of common schools in Hartford, Connecticut. Gallaudet founded the first institution in the United States for the education of deaf people.