Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf
The Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf (CAID) is an "organization for all teachers, administrators, educational interpreters, residential personnel, and other concerned professionals involved in education of the deaf." . The CAID held its first convention on August 28, 1850, in New York City, New York, at Washington Heights . The second Convention was held the next year, in 1851, in Hartford, Connecticut and the third Convention was held two years after that, in 1853, in Columbus, Ohio. The fourth Convention met in 1856 in Staunton, Virginia . The Convention continued to meet every couple of years, then became formally incorporated during its Fourteenth meeting, in 1895, in Flint, Michigan.
- First Convention, New York, August 28–30, 1850.
- Second Convention, Hartford, Connecticut, August 10–12, 1851.
- Third Convention, Columbus, Ohio, August 10–12, 1853.
- Fourth Convention, Staunton, Virginia, August 13–15, 1856.
- Fifth Convention, Jacksonville, Illinois, August 10–12, 1858.
- Sixth Convention (was not held, due to the Civil War, however the First Conference of American Principals and Superintendents, which was held in Washington, DC in 1868 was later designated as being the "Sixth Convention").
- Seventh Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 24–26, 1870.
- Eighth Convention, Belleville, Ontario, July 15–20, 1874.
- Ninth Convention, Columbus, Ohio, August 17–22, 1878.
- Tenth Convention, Jacksonville, Illinois, August 26–30, 1882.
- Eleventh Convention, Berkeley, California, July 15–22, 1886.
- Twelfth Convention, New York, August 23–27, 1890.
- Proceeds of the Thirteenth Convetion of the American Instructors of the Deaf, held at Chicago, Illinois, July 17, 19, 21, and 24, 1893. (Gallaudet library has a copy, accession no. 26750.)
- Sixteenth Convention, Buffalo, New York, July 2–8, 1901.
- Eighteenth Convention, Ogden, Utah, July 4-10, 1908.
- Twentieth Convention, Staunton, Virginia, June 25-July 1, 1914.
- Twenty-First Convention, Hartford, Connecticut, June 29-July 4, 1917. (Contains notable speech by philosopher John Dewey on pp. 49–53 = PDF pp. 56–60)
- Twenty-Second Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 28-July 3, 1920.
- Proceedings of the World's Congress of the Deaf and the Report of the Fourth Convention of the National Association of the Deaf, July 18, 20 and 22nd, 1893. (Note: Timberlake's note on page iv is incorrect. This volume is *not* the Proceedings of the Thirteenth Convetion of American Instructors of the Deaf.)
- The Conventions of American Instructors of the Deaf, 1850-1893, V. Supplement, in: Fay, Edward Allen. 1893. Histories of American schools for the deaf, 1817-1893.
- Ninth Conference of Superintendents and Principals of American Schools for the Deaf, St. Louis, Missouri, 1904.
- ^ Official website of the Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf
- ^ Proceedings of the First Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb (PDF pp. 8-187); the Second Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb (PDF pp. 188-397); and the Third Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb (PDF pp. 398-686)
- ^ Proceedings of the Fourth Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb (PDF pp. 8-241); the Fifth Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb (PDF pp. 242-616)
- ^ Gannon, Jack. 1981. Deaf Heritage–A Narrative History of Deaf America, Silver Spring, MD: National Association of the Deaf, p. 14 (PDF)
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