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Helen Adams Keller

On the 27th of June, 1880, a babby girl named Helen was born in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Her father Captain Arthur Henley Keller was a former Confederate Army officer. Her mother, Kate Adams Keller, helped her husband run the family’s cotton plantation.

By the time the little girl died, nearly eighty-eight years later, she personally knew many of the world’s most famous people. Mark Twain (the writer) and Alexander Graham Bell (the inventor) were among her cloce friends.

Although she became famous herself, Helen Adams Keller never seen her friends or heard them speak. Befor she was two years old, she was living inside a world of darkness, surrounded by a world of silence.

Then she meet a teacher who use her own hands and fingers to unlock Helen’s world of islation. This is the story of that transformation. One can read the rest of the story at:

Bos, Carole D. "Helen Keller" October 4, 2010