4:46 minutes long. Obtaining information from Deaf History conference 2007 at Gallaudet and researcher, Lindsey Parker, Barb DiGi explains the myth about first deaf women admitting National Deaf Mute College in 1887 as previously thought. It was discovered that the first group of deaf women actually enrolled in 1864 but was eventually denied enrollment under Edward Miner Gallaudet's administration. See what several deaf women had talked about on the "Presentation Day" of commencement.
Please click on David Evans' journal to read about it.Please click on Youtube as a back-up video.