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Who was Helen Keller and why is she so important? Well, imagine being able to read, speak, and write just like everyone else that you know, but also imagine that you learned to do these things even though you are blind and deaf! Helen Keller was able to not only learn to speak, read, and write but she also wrote more than ten books, spoke to large crowds of people, traveled all around the world, and even met 12 United States Presidents!
This was not done in the modern day with all of the electronic devices and well-developed systems that we have for people with a visual or hearing handicap.  It all began back in the 1880s when Helen Keller was a very young girl!  Find out more about this fascinating life in this biography!
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