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 
The first student of an official deaf school in the United States of America
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Date of birth31 August 1805
Hartford
Date of death30 December 1830
Hartford
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