Helen Keller, deaf and blind author and American lecturer, was born on June 27th of 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama. Much of her life was devoted to travel, education and improving the life of those who had physical handicaps. She was extremely devoted and energetic about humanity and she worked hard at getting her ideas recognized by Congress, while lecturing all over the world. She devoted much of her time in finding ways to finance her efforts towards improving the life of the blind. She visited many hospitals, offering her help to blind soldiers, her goal being to teach them to live a life that was beautiful, rich, courageous and productive.
Date of Birth: June 27, 1880
Date of Death: June 01, 1968
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