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Assignment Overview

You will be researching someone influential in the deaf community
and creating a "Deafbook" page for that person using the information
you've found and perhaps some conjecture :-)

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List of people to choose from

If a person has an asterisk next to their name, try the Websites page first, otherwise, use the databses (GVRL or Student Resources in Context) first.

1.Marlee Matlin                        

2. Heather Whitestone                

3. Thomas Edison                    

4. Ludwig van Beethoven                

5. Kitty O’Neill*             

6. Evelyn Glennie                    

7. William Hoy                    

8. Deanne Bray*                    

9. I King Jordan                 

10. Kristin Chenoweth                

11.Katie Leclerc                    

12. Alexander G. Bell                

13. Sean Berdy*                 

14. Douglas Tilden*                       

15. Lou Ferrigno                        

16. Luther Taylor                    

17.Ashley Fiolek                    

18.Matt Hamill                     

19. Deaf Smith* (see Erastus "Deaf" Smith)                  

20. Nyle DiMarco                      

21. Russell Harvard                     

22. Linda Bove*               

23. Shoshannah Stern*                       

24. Phyllis Frelich                       

25. Derrick Coleman                 

26. Juliette Gordon Low                            

27.  Granville Redmond*                

28. Audree Norton                    

29. Warren Miller* (entries in the database will be for filmmaker Warren Miller - not the same)       
30. Terrylene Sacchetti

31. Signmark*            

32. Lance Allred                     

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