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Helen Keller. A Second Laura Bridgman.
THE discovery of ways and means for rescuing persons afflicted with combined blindness and deafness from the dread dungeon of deathlike darkness and stillness, and for enabling them to come into communion with the outer world, is one of the grandest achievements of the nineteenth century....
|Title:||Helen Keller. A Second Laura Bridgman.|
|From:||Fifty-Sixth Annual Report Of The Perkins Institution And Massachusetts School For The Blind|
|Creator:||Michael Anagnos (author)|
|Publisher:||Rand Avery Company, Boston|
|Source:||Perkins School for the Blind|
|Keywords:||Advocacy; Animals; Assistive Technology; Biography; Blind; Braille; Children; Clothing; Communication; Correspondence; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Education; Educational Institutions; Embossed Print; Identity; Intelligence; Manual Alphabet; Poetry; Poverty; Schools; Sensory Disability; Social Welfare & Communities; Statistics; Women & Gender|