Helen Keller's Birthplace and Home

Known as Ivy Green, this home was built in 1820 by Helen Keller's grandfather. The infant Helen Keller developed high fever that took her sight and hearing. Each summer, The Miracle Worker, depicting how she overcame her handicaps, is re-enacted here.

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    Helen Keller's Birthplace and Home

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    300 N. Commons St. W
    Tuscumbia AL, 35674

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