Category:Alice Cogswell

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English: Alice Cogswell (August 31, 1805 – December 30, 1830) was the inspiration to Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet for the creation of the now American School for the Deaf in Hartford, Connecticut.

Alice Cogswell 
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The first student of an official deaf school in the United States of America
Date of birth 31 August 1805
Date of death 30 December 1830
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