By:Brianna Harris           Anne Sullvan

               Anne Sullivan was Born on April 14, 1866, in Feeding Hills, Massachusetts

Anne Sullivan was a teacher who was 21 when she taught Helen Keller, who was deaf and blind, how to communicate and read Braille.

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She had to teach Helen Keller all of this stuff because no one else could,her parents couldn't understand what was wrong with her,her doctor couldn't either so the only hope was in Anne Sullivan and she accomplished the job.

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"Sullivan left Tewksbury to attend the Perkins School for the Blind in 1880, and underwent surgery to help improve her limited vision. Still, Sullivan faced great challenges while at Perkins. She had never been to school before and lacked social graces, which put her at odds with her peers. Humiliated by her own ignorance, Sullivan had a quick temper and liked to challenge the rules, which got her in trouble with her teachers. She was, however, tremendously bright, and she soon advanced academically."

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Anne Sullivan died October 20,1936

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In 1873 she got trachoma

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In 1911 she became ill and underwent major surgery.