Beautiful Children: The Story of the Elm Hill School and Home for Feebleminded Children and Youth

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The Elm Hill School for Feebleminded Children and Youth in Barre, Massachusetts was founded in 1848 and was the first school for children with intellectual disabilities in the United States. The school was known for its innovative methods and its long history of teaching students previously thought to be incapable of learning. Elm Hill was open for ninety-eight years and changed in response to the times, but it remained a home and haven for its residents until the end.

Author: Diana M. Katovitch

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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 12 x 10 x 1 in

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