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Helen Keller with President Eisenhower, c. 1955. Photo from the Helen Keller Photographic Collection.

Helen Keller with President Eisenhower, c. 1955. Photo from the Helen Keller Photographic Collection.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN WAS BORN FEBRUARY 12, 1809. HE WAS BORN IN HODGENSVILLE, KENTUCKY IN THIS LOG CABIN. HE WAS THE SECOND CHILD. HIS FATHERS NAME WAS THOMAS. (Wikipedia) Ashton Tongco-3/19/14

ABRAHAM LINCOLN WAS BORN FEBRUARY 12, 1809. HE WAS BORN IN HODGENSVILLE, KENTUCKY IN THIS LOG CABIN. HE WAS THE SECOND CHILD. HIS FATHERS NAME WAS THOMAS. (Wikipedia) Ashton Tongco-3/19/14

Crónicas de una enferma crónica: Dos mujeres unidas por su afán de superación. Anne Sullivan y Helen Keller

Helen Keller nació en el seno de una familia acomodada, el 27 de junio de 1880 en Alabama. Anne Sullivan había nacido 14 años antes

“True education combines intellect, beauty, goodness, and the greatest of these is goodness.” --Helen Keller in “Out of the Dark,” 1907 It's Teacher Appreciation Month, so in honor of Helen Keller and her teacher Anne Sullivan Macy, help preserve these priceless materials for generations to come: https://www.afb.org/donate.aspx?action=fullform&type=archives (Image: Helen Keller with Anne Sullivan Macy, 1895)

“True education combines intellect, beauty, goodness, and the greatest of these is goodness.” --Helen Keller in “Out of the Dark,” 1907 It's Teacher Appreciation Month, so in honor of Helen Keller and her teacher Anne Sullivan Macy, help preserve these priceless materials for generations to come: https://www.afb.org/donate.aspx?action=fullform&type=archives (Image: Helen Keller with Anne Sullivan Macy, 1895)

Helen Keller (1880-1968). Con tan sólo 19 meses se quedó sorda y ciega. Más allá de avocar su vida al fracaso, este hecho marcó el comienzo de una vida de superación. Gracias a la institutriz Anne Sullivan aprendió a comunicarse, y gracias a ello pudo optar a una educación digna, incluso llegándose a graduarse con honores en Arte en la universidad de Radcliffe, siendo la primera persona ciega y sorda en obtener un título universitario.

Lista de 15 mujeres que marcaron la historia del mundo siendo pioneras en cada uno de sus campos.

Woodrow Wilson once said: "Every line of strength in American history is a line colored with Scottish blood."

Woodrow Wilson once said: "Every line of strength in American history is a line colored with Scottish blood."

Helen Keller....In this excerpt from an old documentary, Helen Keller shows how she communicates hand-to-hand with her assistants. Then at the end she speaks about her greatest frustration. >This is a must see...Helen was so fascinating....a brilliant woman!

Footage of Helen Keller speaking with her hands and her voice

Helen Keller....In this excerpt from an old documentary, Helen Keller shows how she communicates hand-to-hand with her assistants. Then at the end she speaks about her greatest frustration. >This is a must see...Helen was so fascinating....a brilliant woman!

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