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Helen Keller .... She was deafblind and an American author, political activist, and lecturer She succeeded to become one of the most inspirational figures ...

Helen Adams Keller (June 27 1880 – June 1 was an American author, political activist, and lecturer. She was the first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Video - Helen Keller explains about her Greatest Disappointment in life....that she could not speak normally.

This is amazing! Helen Keller was a true heroine. She was a magnificent light to our world and should be an inspiration to us all. This is a must-see video that should help us all put our challenges into the proper perspective.

The story of Helen Keller, Perkins School for the Blind's most famous student. Helen studied at Perkins from 1888 to 1892.

Helen Keller Biography and Facts

Hellen Keller:

AMAZING WOMEN - Helen Keller-Even though she was deaf and blind, she learned to communicate and became a world-famous supporter of women's suffrage.

The real Alice in Wonderland, Alice Lindell 1862.  Her family was friends with the author. He penned the story for her when she was 10.

Alice Liddell, 1862 inspired the children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

1862. Sarah Forbes Bonetta   West African of royal blood. Orphaned in a brutal massacre in her home country at the age eight.  Captured and later given to Queen Victoria who, impressed by the girl's natural regal manner and exceptional intelligence, gave her sanction to be married  in Brighton in August 1862.    The wedding party,  in ten carriages, was made up of white ladies with African gentlemen, and African ladies with white gentlemen. There were sixteen bridesmaids.

Lady Sarah Forbes Bonetta Davies, photographed by Camille Silvy, 1862 Sarah Forbes Bonetta Davies was a child born into a royal West African dynasty. She was orphaned in when her parents were killed in a slave-hunting war. She was around five years

This rare, early photo of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan was discovered in 2008, by a staff member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society who was going through a large photography collection that was recenty donated. It is the earliest photo of Helen with her teacher and the only known photo of Helen with one of her dolls which were important in her education.

Rare 1888 Keller / Sullivan Photograph Comes to Light

Researchers have uncovered a rare photograph of a young Helen Keller with her teacher Anne Sullivan, nearly 120 years after it was taken on Cape Cod in July 1888 in Brewster, Helen holding Sullivan’s hand and cradling one of her beloved dolls.

Helen Keller at Radcliffe

Helen Keller at Radcliffe

Saved from the Titanic: A woman’s story (1912)

Saved from the Titanic: A woman's story (1912

and blankets Titanic Survivors Charlotte Collyer and her daughter Marjorie after they finally made it to America. She has a White Star Line blanket on her lap. Their faces say it.things are never going to be the same.

Helen Keller with her Dachshund and Patti Duke

Helen Keller- Patty Duke played Keller in both the play and the film The Miracle Worker, for which she won the Oscar at age Two extraordinary women. Then when Patty Duke got older she played Anne sullivan as an adult, Anne Sullivan was Helen's teacher.

Helen Keller, with her dog, circa 1888. Visit the Perkins Archives Flicker page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/perkinsarchive/collections/

Helen Keller, with her dog by Perkins School for the Blind Archives Description: Studio portrait of a young Helen Keller standing next to a dog seated in a chair next to her. Keller’s left hand rests.

What I am looking for is not out there.  IT IS IN ME.  #quote Helen Keller

Your outer world is an extension of your inner world. Look within your heart to see the magic.

"the best and most wonderful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched they must be felt with the heart." {helen keller}

"the best and most wonderful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched they must be felt with the heart." {helen keller}