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Helen Adams Keller (June 27, 1880 – June 1, 1968) was an American author, political activist, .... She was a young woman from Scotland who had no experience with deaf or ... Keller went on to become a world-famous speaker and author.


These are the five words that Helen Keller vocally exclaimed to the public in 1930 ... and assistance of Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, famous for his invention of the ...


Jul 7, 2017 ... Detail the life of Helen Keller, who overcame the adversity of being blind and deaf to ... School for Young Ladies, a preparatory school for women. ... to the general public, Keller began to meet famous and influential people.


When she was nineteen months old, an illness left Helen deaf, blind, and mute. ... in reading, writing and even speaking soon made her internationally famous.


Find out more about the history of Helen Keller, including videos, interesting articles, ... She also spoke and wrote in support of women's rights and other liberal ...


Portrait of Helen Keller as a young girl, with a white dog on her lap (August 1887) .... She was also a tireless advocate for women's suffrage and an early member of the American ... Helen was famous from the age of 8 until her death in 1968.


Feb 25, 2011 ... If you spend any time at all doubting your abilities as a speaker, I give you Helen Keller. Born in 1880, an illness before she reached age 2 left ...


Kids learn about the biography of Helen Keller, blind and deaf woman who learned to ... Helen became friends with famous people such as the inventor of the ...


(1880–1968) Helen Keller was a deaf blind American author, activist, lecturer, inspirational campaigner for civil & women's rights, world peace & human dignity.