Edith Fisher Hunter

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Edith Fisher Hunter (19-  ?)

Hunter wrote Child of the Silent Night (1963), which was about Laura Bridgeman, known in the 1830s as the first deaf-blind American child to gain a significant education in the English language, fifty years before the time of Helen Keller.

A Unitarian, Hunter also wrote The Questioning Child and Religion (1956) and Sophia Lyon Fahs, A Biography (1966), about the noted Unitarian editor of religious materials for children.