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Helen Keller

Helen Keller was a woman who was blind and deaf at the same time, and who accomplished many things in her lifetime.

Shaundra S

on 14 November 2012

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By: Shaundra Shoemaker "Character cannot be developed
in ease and quiet. Only through
experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved."
-Helen Keller "I will not just live my live. I will not just spend my life.
I will invest my life."
-Helen Keller "Keep your face to the sunshine and you can't see the shadow."
-Helen Keller "One cannot consent to creep when one has the impulse to soar."
-Helen Keller In 1948 Helen Keller took a trip to Japan Helen Keller could tell by smell... Keller wanted to go to college. When Keller was in college, she wrote her autobiography The Story of My Life (1903). "While they were saying amongst themselves it cannot be done, it was done."
-Helen Keller Helen Keller -Her Obstacles After losing vision and hearing... This man suggested Helen's parents get a teacher for her Water Pump Meeting Presidents Janurary 11, 1926 How did Helen Keller know what people were saying? Anne Sullivan was Helen's life-long teacher who taught her how to... Years after college, Keller joined... She supported... Through... Keller won an Oscar "Knowledge is love and light and vision."
-Helen Keller Helen inspired changes in the attitudes of people with disabilities For the rest of Keller's life, she... Works Cited
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