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Memories Of Eighty Years
It has always been my favorite theory that the blind can accomplish nearly everything that may be done by those who can see. Do not think that those who are deprived of physical vision are shut out from the best that earth has to offer her children....
|Title:||Memories Of Eighty Years|
|Creator:||Fanny J. Crosby (author)|
|Publisher:||James H. Earle & Company, Boston|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Alcohol; Autobiography; Blind; Children; Clergy; Death; Disease; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; Family; Friendship; Grief; Identity; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Music; Poetry; Politics; Popular Culture; Poverty; Religion; Sensory Disability; Temperance; The Arts; Travel; War; Women & Gender; Work|