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Gallaudet Video Library

"The Gallaudet Video Library has over 200 digitized films and videos online. Videos include series of old films produced by the National Association of the Deaf--the earliest being 1913--a 15-minute narration by Edward Miner Gallaudet titled, "The Lorna Doone Country." Other videos include Deaf Mosaic, videos related to Deaf sports, Deaf culture and history. Access to the Gallaudet Video Library is open to the public as well as faculty and students."

Source: American Sign Language and Deaf Studies --Resources

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