Two Tidbits about Deaf History During The Civil War

Two tidbits about Deaf history during the civil war — the one you already know, and the other one you may not know! Watch on…enjoy! ♥️ [Video transcript] Adonia: Hello, I’m here at the Civ...Read More

NCDS’s Tower Clock

Melissa Owens-Shumate is standing in front of NCSD’s tower clock, one of oldest buildings at NCSD. She had already acquired ASL and learned written English by the time she entered NCSD in year 1975 at...Read More

Marcus A. Flournoy

One of only four documented Americans who was taught by Laurent Clerc at Paris (France) Deaf School! ♥️ The name of cemetery is Cusseta City Cemetery in Cusseta, Alabama. [Video Transcript] Adonia: Hi...Read More


I’m the vintage 1970 today! My last year of 40s! Who else shares my birthday today? I know Jimmy and LaDonna are also of the same vintage today! Funny that we are all graduates of a Deaf School!...Read More

Kentucky School for the Deaf

Remember in an earlier post I was asking you to guess where I was go to, and who I was talking about? My answer is this Kentucky School for the Deaf! Here’s the video about a brief history of KSD R...Read More


Guess where I am going to? Clues: The first husband of the first Deaf teacher at New York School for the Deaf-Fanwood…he was one of the first teachers at which Deaf School? 🤣♥️ #ASLRose

Who is Proud Deaf School Graduate?

Who is more proud as a Deaf School graduate than me? I graduated from Georgia school for the Deaf in 1988! ♥️

Mary Beth Miller Passed Away last Monday (August 5th)

One of my favorite children’s books and it was published in 1974! ♥️ Rest In Peace, Mary Beth Miller

Visiting Deaf Schools in 1990s

A short glance through my scrapbook of my journey across the nation to visit Deaf Schools in 1990s: I FINISH TOUCH (or “have been to”) most of the Deaf Schools in US! Only a few Deaf schoo...Read More

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