Helen Keller was born on June 27, 1880, in Tuscumbia, Alabama.
This illness left Helen Keller blind and deaf.
This was her first autobiography to publish.
Helen Keller died in Easton, Conneticut.
Miss Sullivan taught Helen when she was 20 years old, and Helen was 6 years old. She is the one who let Helen become significant, and she was with her until she died in 1936.
She made a lot of blind friends in this school.
In this school Helen learned to speak.
She attended classes with Miss Sullivan to be prepared for Radcliffe.
In college she leanred tons of stuff, icluding French, German, history, English composition, and English literature.
She met the emperor, Japanese "Helen Keller", and other people. She got an Akita dog when she went to Akita prefecture, and when he died, another Akita dog was gifted from the Japanese government.
In 1946, Helen visited Europe, in 1951, she visited South Africa. From 1952 to 1957, she visited Middle East, Central Africa, and Northern Europe.
2 years later (1950), two incorporated foundations of Helen Keller were founded in Japan in memory.
The French government bestowed an award on Helen Keller.
One of the reasons Helen went to Japan was to offer flowers to Takeo Iwahashi, who died in 1954.
Helen Keller received the Presidential Medal of Freedon award by President Lyndon Johnson.