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Helen Keller a strong independent woman who might have needed help on the outside but on the inside her eyes were wide open she even says The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart she didnt need to see the world she could feel it within her Born in 1880 on June 27th in the United States and passed away in 1968 when she was 88 when she was a child she had lived with her mother Kate Adams Keller father Arthur H Keller in Tuscumbia Alabama Helen Keller was born with her sight and her ability to hear but when she was just 18 months old Keller was diagnosed with brain fever which also made her have a high body temperature Bye then she had lost both hearing and sight and from then Keller was mute and had a troubled childhood she would often lash out on family members Despite that Keller and the familys cooks daughter had created 30 signs which they could each understand and use to communicate with each other they reached this by the time she was 7 Kellers first school that she attended to was Wright-Humason School for the Deaf from 18941896 and the last school that she attended was Radcliffe Collage from 19001904Along with all the praises that she was given Keller obviously faced difficulties hardships and was in many times of struggle ever since she was 18 months old Keller had to be faced with the fact that its hard to grow up quick especially when you really need to like in situations that she was faced with Not being able to read write see hear unable to understand and watch the world go round is what Helen Keller had to live with So her family reached out to doctors seeking advice from Alexander Graham Bell who later became a good friend
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