Deaf heritage in Canada : a distinctive, diverse, and enduring culture

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  • Contributor: Smith, Dorothy L.
    Date:
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    1996
    Summary:

    Dr. Carbin describes Deaf Heritage in Canada as "a window through which we can catch a glimpse of deaf Canadians as they go about their everyday lives, responding to events around them and making a difference in the future of their local Deaf communities." As such, it provides all Canadians with a fascinating and unique insight into the lives of deaf Canadians. It also provides, for deaf and hearing Canadians alike, an appreciation and understanding of the valuable contribution deaf Canadians have made and are continuing to make to the Canadian cultural mosaic.

    Subject(s): Canada | Deaf | History
    Original Publisher: Toronto, McGraw-Hill Ryerson
    Language(s): English
    ISBN: 0075513781