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Transcript of Helen Keller
I had two jobs. One of my jobs was to meet and talk with the blind and say how it was to deal with it. I also wrote books about my life.
I loved to play lots of tricks on people so I did it all the time. It was pretty hard for me to learn things. But my teacher, Anne Sullivan, would write things down in my hand. When I was 6 I saw Dr. Alexandra Graham Bell. As soon as I met Dr.Bell we became very good friends.
I went to school in New York. I also went to Perkins. I learned how to say I,m,p,q, and s all at Perkins. Anne also taught me some things when I was young and before I went to school. Anne and I did most of our lessons out side. We did that because I loved to be outside.
I had a dad named Captain Keller and a mom named Kate Keller. I also had a younger sister named Mildred. Mildred and I were five years apart. My dad fought in the war while my mom stayed at home and took care of my sister and me.
My first year at college was very hard but when the second year came around it got easier and I started to write themes. The Japanese people knew how much I liked dogs so they got me an Akita dog. I loved the dog so much.
Date and Place of birth
I was born on June 27, 1880. I was born in Tuscumbia, Alabama.
My Early Life
Here are some interesting facts about me. I was blind and deaf my whole life. Many people say that I had lots of courage and I agree. I could tell plants apart by the way they felt and smelled.
Contributes in Life
Since I was blind and deaf, I taught many people how to deal and survive with being deaf and blind.
I died on June 1, 1968 at West port. I died when I was 88 because of old age.