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How did Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet die?

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Learningtogive.org says that he developed a lung-related illness after he graduated and died from comlications of the disease on September 10, 1851. But lifeprint.com says he and his wife contracted dysentery in 1851 and he never recovered.

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