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- He had promised to take a letter from Rachel Laird, a blind girl living in Philadelphia, to Laura Bridgman, who was a famous blind deaf mute in Boston.
- In many cases, more ardent authors included the blind, deaf-mutes, and people with diseases like heart disease or cancer in the general category of those who should be sterilized.
- Tonelli invited nomadic tuberculotic patients to camp in front of the "Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled" she was running with other female volunteers who joined her to serve poliomyelitic, blind, deaf-mute, and disabled people.
- Specialized schools for the blind and for the deaf were established as early as 1878, and were regulated and standardized by the government in the Blind, Deaf and Dumb Schools Order of 1926.
- Puppies born from a litter where both parents have the merle color pattern have a 25% chance of turning out to be blind, deaf, or blind and deaf.
- The 1851 census was the first to record each person's marital status and relationship to the head of the household, as well as details of disability being recorded—with a field for recording the information that an individual was "blind, deaf or imbecile".
- Texas Blind, Deaf, and Orphan School was formerly in operation for black students pre-desegregation.
- Blind, Deaf, and Dumb: Tanya mouthed instructions to Chris L.
- The Bill for the Benefit of the Indigent Insane (also called the Land-Grant Bill For Indigent Insane Persons, formally the bill "Making a grant of public lands to the several States for the benefit of indigent insane persons") was proposed legislation that would have established asylums for the indigent insane, and also blind, deaf, and dumb, via federal land grants to the states.
- Dup X is active in XProduction and together with Apoka and Drone guested on Tafrob's album Sup (Blind Deaf 2010).
- Sámi ethnicity was grouped together with the blind, deaf, and mentally deranged in public censuses until 1920.
- Traversing a crossroads at night was considered dangerous because it was the place and time of the ala’s supper; the unfortunate person who stepped on an “ala’s table” could become blind, deaf, or lame.
- "Townsend House" was founded in 1874 by Townsend who, after two terms in office as Mayor of Adelaide, set about fulfilling his ambition to establish a "Blind Asylum in the City of Adelaide".
- On 1 February 1893, the Brisbane Institution for the Instruction of the Blind, Deaf & Dumb was established on a [...] site in Cornwall Street. By the end of 1893, 22 students were enrolled.
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