Helen Keller was born healthy in Tuscumbia, AL.
Helen became sick with meningitis and loss her sight and hearing.
Anne Sullivan, a half-blind orphan, comes to tutor Helen.
Helen makes her first signs ( Doll and Water) and learned braille, all in one year!
Helen attends a school for the blind and a school for the deaf.
Helen goes to Radcliffe College and becomes the first blind and deaf person to graduate.
Helen spoke on behalf of disabled people in over 35 different countries and was rewarded with a shrine in her hometown.
Harvard University gives Helen an award for all her accomplishments.
Helen dies, A hero with a ever-lasting legacy, at the age of 88