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by Mary LeClair,Justin White,Susan Keeter


Susan Keeter MFA is a portrait painter and children s book illustrator, as well as a staff member at SUNY Upstate Medical University, home of the medical college where Dr. Sarah Loguen Fraser received her education

Susan Keeter MFA is a portrait painter and children s book illustrator, as well as a staff member at SUNY Upstate Medical University, home of the medical college where Dr. Sarah Loguen Fraser received her education. In 2000, the Syracuse Medical Alumni Association commissioned Keeter to paint the portrait of Dr. Loguen in honor of the 150th anniversary of her birth.

Three 19th-Century Women Doctors book. In this book are biographies of some of the most notable pioneers of medicine: Elizabeth Blackwell, first woman MD; Mary Walker, Civil War surgeon and Today, close to half of all medical graduates in the United States are women. Such was not the case in the 19th century, when only a handful of women braved the barriers against their gender and pursued a medical education.

Three 19th-Century Women Doctors: Elizabeth Blackwell, Mary Walker and Sarah Loguen Fraser by. Mary K. LeClair, Justin D. White.

While at the Women's Hospital of Philadelphia, Fraser reportedly conducted an experiment where she gave agitated . Three 19th-Century Women Doctors: Elizabeth Blackwell, Mary Walker, and Sarah Loguen Fraser".

While at the Women's Hospital of Philadelphia, Fraser reportedly conducted an experiment where she gave agitated patients soft, pastel-colored yarn to knit with, remembering how soft colors helped calm her when stressed as a medical student.

Three 19th-Century Women Doctors Elizabeth Blackwell, Mary Walker and Sarah Loguen Fraser by Mary K. White, Susan Keeter Paperback, 144 Pages, Published 2007 by Hofmann Press ISBN-13: 978-700519-3-6, ISBN: 700519-3-X.

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Three 19th-Century Women Doctors: Elizabeth Blackwell, Mary Walker, and Sarah Loguen Fraser

Three 19th-Century Women Doctors: Elizabeth Blackwell, Mary Walker, and Sarah Loguen Fraser. November 2008 · JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association. LeClair portrays Blackwell's resilient reformist spirit as dedicated to antislavery activity and female emancipation, which enabled her to survive overwhelming prejudice and condemnation while striving to become a qualified physician. Blackwell's career as the celebrated American Doctress had a profound impact both within and beyond the United States.

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Mary Edwards Walker: The Only Woman to Receive the Medal of Honor. LeClair, Mary . Justin D. Three 19th-Century Women Doctors: Elizabeth Blackwell, Mary Walker, Sarah Loguen Fraser. A Female Civil War Surgeon: "How Dr. Mary is Remarkable. Mary Edwards Walker Biography. Massey, Mary Elizabeth. Women in the Civil War. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1994.

Today, close to half of all medical graduates in the United States are women. Such was not the case in the 19th century, when only a handful of women braved the barriers against their gender and pursued a medical education. In this book are biographies of some of the most notable pioneers of medicine: Elizabeth Blackwell, first woman MD; Mary Walker, Civil War surgeon and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient; and Sarah Loguen Fraser, one of the nation's first African American women doctors and the first woman doctor in the Dominican Republic.
Braswyn
This is a simple little book, with blocky, plain writing, but the summary information on the three doctor's discussed is interesting. I was expecting something for adults, and found this more at a middle school reading level with quick broad sweeps over the womens' lives. Great for a 6th grader who needs a book report. For a more in depth story of Dr. Blackwell see Pioneer Work in Opening the Medical Profession to Women: Autobiographical Sketches, written by Dr. Blackwell herself.

Of note: the edition is very poorly done, with mis-indented paragraphs and typos galore.
LoboThommy
This gave an somewhat accurate picture of women, especially during the Civil War and their contributions.....but left out some important details. When you are writing history....details are everthing.....
Three 19th-Century Women Doctors: Elizabeth Blackwell, Mary Walker and Sarah Loguen Fraser ebook
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