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The two RV Gypsies drove to
Helen Keller's birthplace
300 North Commons, W.
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
July 28, 2014

sign: Birthplace of Helen Keller

The dramatic life and times of Helen Keller are preserved at her birthplace and childhood home, called Ivy Green. Built in 1820, the home and birthplace cottage are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Original furnishings of the Keller family decorate the home and museum, highlighted by hundreds of Miss Keller's personal mementos, books and gifts from her lifetime of travel and lectures for the battlement of the world's blind and deaf-blind.

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Heritage Acres RV Park

Cane Creek Canyon Preserve

Helen Keller's birthplace

Spring Park & world's largest man-made waterfall

A water park in Tuscumbia

dinner & view from the Mariott in the sky

Whippoorwill Park in Sheffield

The Old Railroad Bridge in Sheffield

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go to the next adventure of the two RV  GypsiesAFTER you have viewed all eight (8) sections above, please continue on to Calhoun, Georgia, the amazing and unique Folk Art Center, a white peacock and more.