Helen Kellner

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Helen Kellner

Helen Keller

Helen Adams Keller was born in Tuscumbia, Alabama on June 27, 1880

Keller was a member of the Socialist Party and supported groups like ACLU, IWW and NAACP and she fought for womens suffrage and world peace

"The Miracle Worker" was a play about Kellers childhood education and won a tony award in 1960

Helen was buried in the National Cathedral in Washington D.C, she has a plauge on her grave.

Helen graduated in 1904 from Radcliff University

Helen suffered a "Brain Fever" that at a year and a half she was left blind and deaf.

Helens parents traveled to Baltimore with her to meet a inventor called Alexander Graham Bell, he was interested in educating Helen

Anne Sulivan was Helens educator who helped her grow up to be an intelligent person


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