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This timeline is some of the most important facts about Helen Keller.
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on Feb 23, 2010
Last updated: 02/28/10 at 08:15 AM
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Helen Keller died at the age of 88 years. Her ashes were brought to Washington Cathedral, Washington, D.C.
Also, In 1956 Helen Keller suffered from stroke and later retired from public life.
She received an award the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Lyndon Johnson.
Also in 1955, Helen became the first woman to receive an honorary degree from Harvard University.
Helen Keller achieved an Oscar Award for the documentary movie made on her life.
Helen Keller’s Journal was published.
Helen Keller International was founded.
Helen was the first blind/deaf person to graduate Radcliffe college
In 1903 Helen published her first book, a biography called The Story of my Life.
In 1990 Helen Keller enrolled as a regular student in Radcliffe college with help of Annie.
Helen then went on to learn to speak at the Horace Mann School for the Deaf.
Helen learned to write braile at the perkins intstitute.
Helens parents took her to Alexander Bell to get help with Helen.
Annie Sullivan came from the Perkins institute to be Helens teacher. At first Helen did not lie Annie but as time passed, Helen was very close with her.
Helen got sick and the fever left her blind, deaf and mute.
Helen was born.