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Helen Keller. By Zoe Alister. Family . Helen Keller was born on the 27 th June 1880 and was daughter of captain Arthur Henley Keller and Kate Adams Keller. Tragedy struck .

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    1. Helen Keller By Zoe Alister

    2. Family • Helen Keller was born on the 27th June 1880 and was daughter of captain Arthur Henley Keller and Kate Adams Keller.

    3. Tragedy struck • But Helen's life was to change dramatically. In February 1882, when Helen was nineteen months old, she fell ill. To this day the nature of her ailment remains a mystery. The doctors of the time called it "brain fever", whilst modern day doctors think it may have been scarlet fever or meningitis. Whatever the illness, Helen was, for many days, expected to die. When, eventually, the fever subsided, Helen's family rejoiced believing their daughter to be well again. It thus became apparent that Helen's illness had left her both blind and deaf.

    4. Anne Sullivan • Anne Sullivan had lost the majority of her sight at the age of five. By the age of ten, her mother had died and her father deserted her. She and her brother Jimmie were sent to the poorhouse in February 1876. • Anne's brother died in the poorhouse. It was October 1880 before Anne finally left and went to commence her education at the Perkins Institution. One summer during her time at the institute, Anne had two operations on her eyes, which led to her regaining enough sight to be able to read normal print for short periods of time. • Anne graduated from Perkins in 1886 and began to search for work. Finding work was terribly difficult for Anne, due to her poor eyesight, and when she received the offer from Michael Anagnos to work as the teacher of Helen Keller, a deaf-blind mute, although she had no experience in this area, she accepted willingly.

    5. What did Helen do? • Helen Keller is an American author. She wrote amazing stories such as Miss Spitfire, To love this life and The story of my life.

    6. Blind and death • Helen was both death and blind from a illness she had as a baby but she carried on and wrote stories. We should think about how grateful we are to not be death or blind.

    7. Words of wisdom • The best and most • Beautiful things • In the world cannot • Be seen or even • Toughed they must be • Felt with the heart • -Helen Keller

    8. Hope you enjoyed • I hope you enjoyed my presentation and I hope you will think about those less fortunate than us.

    9. By Zoe Alister