Deaf Heritage in Canada: A Distinctive, Diverse, and Enduring Culture; [A Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf Project]

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Carbin, Clifton F.; Dorothy L. Smith (Ed.)

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Carbin, Clifton F.; Dorothy L. Smith (Ed.). Deaf Heritage in Canada: A Distinctive, Diverse, and Enduring Culture; [A Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf Project]. Toronto: Mcgraw-Hill Ryerson, 1996. First printing. ISBN: 9780075513780. pp. xix, 622. 4to. Light blue hardcover boards with silver lettering to spine. Replete with nearly 500 black and white photographs, portraits, maps, illustrations et al. Slightest edgewear, contents clean and free of any marks with tight, sound binding and housed in very good+ lightly rubbed dustjacket. Overall, very good+ to near fine. “The story of the Canadian Deaf experience is the story of men and women, both hearing and deaf. Some have achieved recognition for their feats of bravery, for their pioneering spirit, for their courage in the face of adversity, for their determination to succeed regardless of the situation in which they found themselves. Others have added colour and texture to the Canadian tapestry through accomplishments in education, the arts, religion, science, writing and publishing, business and sports. The pages of Deaf Heritage in Canada bring to life the stories of these people.” Near Fine in dust jacket. Hardcover. (#1192) $80.00