Helen Keller was an American author, activist, and lecturer who was born in 1880.
When she was 19 months old, Keller contracted an illness that left her deaf and blind.
Despite her disabilities, Keller went on to become an accomplished author and advocate for the deaf and blind.
With the help of her teacher, Annie Sullivan, Keller learned to communicate through the use of sign language and Braille.
She graduated from college with honors and went on to tour the country, giving lectures and raising awareness about the challenges faced by the deaf and blind.
Keller wrote several books and articles, and was an advocate for women’s suffrage and other social causes.
She was the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree, and she received many honors and awards for her work.
Keller’s life was an inspiration to many, and she continues to be remembered for her determination and achievements.
She showed that even in the face of great challenges, it is possible to overcome adversity and achieve great things.
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