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Helen Keller with Anne Sullivan in 1888

Helen Keller is known for overcoming her disabilities. A childhood sickness left her deaf and blind. With help from her teacher, Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller learned to communicate and grew up to become an inspirational author, lecturer, and political activist.

Born - June 27, 1880

Died - June 1, 1968

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Helen Keller Birthplace  (Y,M,O,T)
Ivy Green is the birthplace of Helen Keller.

Time Magazine article on Helen Keller  (M,O)

Helen Keller Unit Study  (M)
Includes the topics of Deafness/Blindness, Overcoming Adversity and Women's Rights

American Foundation for the Blind: Helen Keller  (Y,M,O,T)
From The American Foundation for the Blind

Helen Keller Kids Museum Online  (Y,M)
An interactive virtual experience from the American Foundation for the Blind.

Helen Keller Biography  (Y,M)
From The Braille Bug

Helen Keller  (Y,M)
From Garden of Praise

About Helen Keller  (Y,M)
From Surfing the Net with Kids

Helen Keller Unit Study  (Y,M)
From Garden of Praise

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