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The Silent Worker

The Silent Worker was an American newspaper for the Deaf published in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Publication History

The Silent Worker began in 1888 as a publication of the New Jersey School for Deaf-Mutes. The first few issues were titled "The Deaf-Mute Times", but the name changed to The Silent Worker by the end of 1888. The publication was later associated with the National Association of the Deaf. No issue copyright renewals exist for this serial. The Silent Worker ceased publication in 1929. The National Assocation took up the name again for its Deaf newspaper from 1948-1964.

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