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1817

H.R. 327 (15th): In behalf of the Connecticut Asylum for teaching the deaf and dumb.

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Introduced:

Feb 22, 1819 
15th Congress, 1817–1819

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1819

H.R. 26 (16th): In behalf of the New York Institution for the instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.

 Sponsor and status

Introduced:

Dec 28, 1819 
16th Congress, 1819–1821

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1824

H.R. 219 (18th): For the benefit of the Kentucky Asylum for teaching the deaf and dumb.

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Introduced:

May 4, 1824 
18th Congress, 1823–1825

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1825

H.R. 283 (18th): For the benefit of the Asylums for teaching the Deaf and Dumb of Kentucky, New York, Pennsylvania, and of the territory of Michigan.

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Introduced:

Jan 19, 1825 
18th Congress, 1823–1825

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1825

H.R. 17 (19th): For the benefit of the Asylum for teaching the Deaf and Dumb of Kentucky

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Introduced:

Dec 22, 1825 
19th Congress, 1825–1827

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1826

H.R. 208 (19th): For the relief of the New York and Pennsylvania Institutions for the instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.

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Introduced:

Apr 6, 1826 
19th Congress, 1825–1827

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1826

S. 29 (19th): To provide for the location of the two townships of Land reserved for a Seminary of Learning in the Territory of Florida, and to complete the location of the grant to the Deaf and Dumb Asylum of Kentucky.

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Introduced:

Dec 22, 1826 
19th Congress, 1825–1827

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1828

S. 114 (20th): For the benefit of the Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.

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Introduced:

Mar 5, 1828 
20th Congress, 1827–1829

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1828

H.R. 136 (20th): To aid in the education of indigent Deaf and Dumb Persons.

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Introduced:

Jan 31, 1828 
20th Congress, 1827–1829

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1828

S. 68 (20th): For the benefit of the North Carolina Institution for the instruction of Deaf and Dumb.

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Introduced:

Jan 23, 1828 
20th Congress, 1827–1829

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1830

S. 101 (21st): For the benefit of the Pennsylvania Institution for the instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.

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Introduced:

Feb 22, 1830 
21st Congress, 1829–1831

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1830

H.R. 280 (21st): To aid in the education of indigent Deaf and Dumb persons.

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Introduced:

Feb 23, 1830 
21st Congress, 1829–1831

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1830

S. 62 (21st): For the benefit of the New York institution for the instruction of the Deaf and Dumb.

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Introduced:

Jan 18, 1830 
21st Congress, 1829–1831

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1830

H.R. 418 (21st): To amend an act, entitled ‘’An act for the benefit of the incorporated Kentucky Asylum for teaching the Deaf and Dumb,” and to extend the time for selling the land granted by said act.

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Introduced:

Apr 12, 1830 
21st Congress, 1829–1831

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1831

H.R. 123 (22nd): Providing for a grant of land to the New England Asylum for the blind, and the New York Institution for the instruction of the deaf and dumb.

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Introduced:

Dec 23, 1831 
22nd Congress, 1831–1833

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1832

H.R. 392 (22nd): To aid in the education of deaf and dumb persons.

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Introduced:

Feb 17, 1832 
22nd Congress, 1831–1833

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1834

S. 64 (23rd): To enable South Hanover College to establish an Asylum for teaching the Deaf and Dumb.

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Introduced:

Jan 16, 1834 
23rd Congress, 1833–1835

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1836

H.R. 448 (24th): To extend the time for selling the land granted to the incorporated Kentucky asylum for teaching the deaf and dumb.

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Introduced:

Mar 21, 1836 
24th Congress, 1835–1837

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1838

H.R. 629 (25th): To extend the time for selling the land granted to the Kentucky Asylum, for teaching the deaf and dumb.

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Introduced:

Mar 7, 1838 
25th Congress, 1837–1839

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1840

H.R. 394 (26th): To grant one township of land for an Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb in the Territory of Iowa.

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Introduced:

Apr 30, 1840 
26th Congress, 1839–1841

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1840

S. 167 (26th): Granting to each of the United States a township of land, for the education and instruction of deaf and dumb persons.

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Introduced:

Jan 14, 1840 
26th Congress, 1839–1841

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1840

H.R. 281 (26th): To grant a township of land to the State of Virginia for the use of the ‘’Virginia institution for the education of the deaf and dumb, and the blind.”

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Introduced:

Apr 4, 1840 
26th Congress, 1839–1841

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1842

S. 204 (27th): Granting lands to the several States, for the education of the deaf, dumb, and blind, and for the relief of insane persons.

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Introduced:

Mar 24, 1842 
27th Congress, 1841–1843

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1842

H.R. 114 (27th): To extend the time for selling the lands granted to the incorporated Kentucky Asylum for teaching the Deaf and Dumb.

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Introduced:

Feb 9, 1842 
27th Congress, 1841–1843

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1842

H.R. 616 (27th): To transfer to the trustees of Centre College, in Kentucky, the lands heretofore granted to the Kentucky asylum for teaching the deaf and dumb.

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Introduced:

Dec 17, 1842 
27th Congress, 1841–1843

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1843

S. 136 (27th): Granting lands to the several States, for the education of the deaf, dumb, and blind, and for the relief of insane persons.

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Introduced:

Feb 18, 1843 
27th Congress, 1841–1843

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1843

 

 

H.R. 677 (27th): To grant a township of land to the president and visitors of the Virginia Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb and the blind.

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Introduced:

Jan 14, 1843 
27th Congress, 1841–1843

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