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John J Flournoy
(1809-1879) was a driving force in the creation
of the Georgia School for the Deaf!
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Biographical Notes - Flournoy, J. Jacobus (John Jacobus) External Website Icon
John's State Proposal External Website Icon
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Fannin

O.P. Fannin was the founder of Georgia School for the Deaf in 1846.
Was the first teacher of the school. He served from 1847 to 1858.
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Conner

Wesley O. Connor (1841-1920), Father of Deaf Education in Georgia.
He served as Superintendent of GSD from 1867 to 1916.
Wesley O. Connor - (1841-1920) out
Wesley Connor's history (PDF)External Website Icon
The Dairy of Wesley Olin Connor (Civil War) External Website Icon

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Gordon

More about F.M Gordon, the Principal of the Perry Campus, click the link below:
The Gordon Campus of the Georgia School for the Deaf

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All about the Georgia School for the Deaf:
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GSD's Brief History

Cave Spring:
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