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Helen Keller At Cambridge
In the school we are dealing with Miss Keller as we do with normal girls of sixteen. She has the new experience of leaving her home in the morning, and of spending the usual hours in the school building, where she has her class exercises with the other members of the school. She returns to her home at the same time that the other pupils do, and mainly occupies her afternoons and evenings as they do, though naturally she takes a longer time to prepare her lessons than they do, who see....
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Title: Helen Keller At Cambridge
Creator: Arthur Gilman (author)
Date: January 1897
Format: Article
Publication: Century Illustrated Magazine
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.53, no.3, pp.473-475
Keywords: Accommodations; Anne Sullivan; Arthur Gilman; Blind; Cambridge School For Young Ladies; Cambridge, MA; Children; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Education; Educational Institutions; Harvard University; Helen Keller; Higher Education; Institutions; Manual Alphabet; Massachusetts; Poetry; Schools; Sensory Disability; William Shakespeare
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations