The following artists are profiled: Ann Silver, Maggie Lee Sayre, Regina Hughes, Claire Bergman, Lee Ivey, Mary Thornley, Susan Dupor, Christy MacKinnon Maxcy, Charlotte Coman, Frances Allen, Mary Allen, Blanche Lazzell, Mary Rappazzo, Jessica Geiger, and Betty Miller. See DVD of Deborah Sonnenstrahl lecturing on her book available in the 1st floor Deaf media collection, N8356.D43 D42 2004.
Read about Helen Keller (DB advocate), Laura Redden Searing (writer and poetess), Alice of Battenberg (Princess and Nun), Juliette Gordon Low (Girl Scouts' Founder) and Harriet Martineau (Writer and 'mother of sociology').
Find information about influential Deaf women scientists, such as physicians, astronomers, and many other fields. There is information about the barriers Deaf women experienced in the fields of science. Harry Lang donated research materials he used for this book to Deaf Studies Archive, 3rd floor. Check out his collection for articles about Deaf women scientists.
Onalee Cooper is a Rochester Deaf Native American woman whose father was a chief. Her father was Chief Clinton Rickard and we have his biography in our collection. Check out the DVD about her ---HV2534.C66 O63 2007.