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A Wonderful Child Of Silence
After fifteen monthsí instruction in her own home, Helen accompanied her teacher to the Perkins Institution in Boston, where Miss Sullivan continued her instruction for several years, with the splendid opportunities afforded by that school in the way of cabinets of specimens, stuffed animals, embossed books, etc....
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Title: A Wonderful Child Of Silence
Creator: Estella V. Sutton (author)
Date: July 1895
Format: Article
Publication: Arthurís Home Magazine
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.65, no.7, pp.577-583
Keywords: Alabama; Alexander Graham Bell; Anne Sullivan; Arthur H. Keller; Autobiography; Biography; Blind; Boston, MA; Children; Communication; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Education; Edward Everett Hale; Helen Keller; Horace Mann School; Intelligence; Laura Bridgman; Manual Alphabet; Massachusetts; Media; Niagara Falls, NY; Oliver Wendell Holmes; Oralism; Perkins School For The Blind; Phillips Brooks; Psychology; Robert E. Lee; Sarah Fuller; Schools; Sensory Disability; Tuscumbia, AL; World Fairs
Topics: Mass Media, Culture & The Arts