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Laura Bridgman was born on December 21, 1829 (age 190 years) in New Hampshire, United States. She is a celebrated other. Her genre is Pop. Her popular songs are Disfruto2018, Cuando Te Besé2018 and Thank U Next2018.
American woman who is notable for being considered the first deaf-blind child in American history to received meaningful formal education in the English language. She became world-famous after Charles Dickens wrote glowingly about her in his 1842 book American Notes.
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She was left deaf and blind after contracting scarlet fever at the age of two. She was first taught to use sign language by family friend Asa Tenney.
In her later years, she taught young blind girls how to sew at the Perkins School.
As far as we know Laura Bridgman has died May 24, 1889 ( age 60)
She had sisters named Mary and Collina as well as a brother named Addison.
Laura Bridgman is 60 years old. Laura Bridgman's height is Unknown & weight is Not Available now. Full body measurements, clothes & shoes size is being updated soon or you can click edit button to update Laura Bridgman's height and other parameters.
She received her education fifty years before Helen Keller.
● Her genre is Pop● Her popular songs are Disfruto2018, Cuando Te Besé2018 and Thank U Next2018
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