Brief Biography Of Helen Keller: Blind And Deaf

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Helen Keller was a little girl that was both blind and deaf, she fought courageous battle to communities and talk with the outside world, and she overcomes being deaf and blind and becoming one of the leading humanitarians, Helen Keller became one of the most inspiring people in history.” Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadow.”—Helen Keller.
Helen Keller was born in Tuscumbia, Alabama on June 27, 1880. Helen’s parents Arthur and Kate lived in a big farm called ivy green her father worked a for a newspaper and her mother would stay home and take care of baby Helen, Keller 's father offered in the Confederate Army during the Civil War to be an officer. Helen Keller family was not wealthy, Keller was born with her senses of sight and hearing, and began speaking when she was just 6 months old.
When Helen was around one and a half years old she became very sick. She had a high fever and a bad headache for several days. Helen then losses both sight and hearing so she became both blind and deaf. In 1882, Helen Keller got an
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Helen Keller is famous for overcoming and the ability to read and speak with being deaf and blind she learned many languages and she overcome her disabilities. Helen learned that she can communicate, read and speak even if you’re blind and deaf and lived a life to help others .Helen Keller at sixteen years old went to Radcliffe College for women in Massachusetts. Annie attended school with her to help Helen to learn. Helen Keller went to Radcliffe College in Massachusetts with the help on Annie Sullivan and graduated from Radcliffe in 1909 with many honors. Helen Keller couldn’t do all of this without Annie Sullivan, she was able to do the impossible even when she is blind and deaf, she spoke, wrote and read to the world After college, Keller set out to learn more about the world and how she could help improve the lives of
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