This category lists pages and sites about the life of Louis Braille (1809-1852). Blind himself and a teacher of the blind, Braille modified the Barbier "point writing" system which had previously been used for coded army messages and created an alphabet of embossed characters that allowed the blind to "read" with their fingertips.
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First School Years: Louis Braille
[ Kids ] The story of Louis Braille and the Braille alphabet.
Louis Braille and the Braille System
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Tells the story of Braille's life and describes the system of writing he invented.
Louis Braille Biography
[ Kids ] Biography about the man who developed the language for the blind.
A New Method: The Story of Louis Braille
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Online version of the biography that was originally published in book form by the Louis Braille Center (now Louis Braille School) in Edmonds, Washington.
The Story of Louis Braille
[ Kids/Teens ] About the French man who invented a way for the blind to read.
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