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The methods pursued in the education of Miss Helen A. Keller, and the results achieved, while eliciting innumerable enquiries, causing surprise and speculation, have also given rise to considerable skepticism. This is no doubt, in large measure, due to the many exaggerated and erroneous statements which from time to time have appeared in the public press....
|From:||Helen Keller Souvenir: No. 2, 1892-1899: Commemorating The Harvard Final Examination For Admission To Radcliffe College, June 29-30, 1899|
|Publisher:||Volta Bureau, Washington, D.C.|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Blind; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Education; Educational Institutions; Higher Education; Oralism; Schools; Sensory Disability|