What year did Helen Keller win the Nobel Peace Prize?

What year did Helen Keller win the Nobel Peace Prize?

What year did Helen Keller win the Nobel Peace Prize?

1954 Information about this item
Series1: General Correspondence
Format of Original9 x 11 inches
SubjectAward - Nobel Peace Prize; Blindness - advocacy
DescriptionSummary of the life and work of Helen Keller for her 1954 Nobel Prize nomination.
Folder Start Date1952

Did Helen Keller win any awards for her books?

Presidential Medal of Freedom Helen Keller/Awards

What are 3 facts about Helen Keller?

She owned a variety of dogs throughout her life. The first Akita dog in the United States was sent to Helen from Japan in 1938. Helen visited 39 countries around the world during her lifetime. Helen Keller was the first deaf and blind person to earn a college degree.

Did Helen Keller get a Nobel Peace Prize?

She was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1953.

What were some of Helen Keller's achievements?

10 Major Achievements of Helen Keller

  • #1 Helen Keller was the first deaf blind person to earn a bachelor's degree. ...
  • #2 She published her famous autobiography The Story of My Life in 1903. ...
  • #3 She published 12 books in her writing career including Light in My Darkness. ...
  • #4 She co-founded Helen Keller International in 1915.
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