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This is the life story of Anne Sullivan Macy, the fascinating woman known to Helen Keller as "Teacher." Anne Sullivan grew up in poverty, attended a school for the visually impaired because of her own visual impairment, and through a strong will to succeed, became a teacher to a young deaf-blind girl from Alabama. They became life-long companions and together helped the world learn about blindness, abilities and success.
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Re: The Touch of Magic: The Story of Helen Keller's Great Teacher, Anne Sullivan Macy
i felt bad for annie about her brother but i no there together now and happy!!!!!!
     - queenofcash95, Jan 20 2008

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