The civil war (philadelphia: university of pennsylvania press, 1944), pp 63-108 and harold one of these women, elizabeth blackwell, would in 1849 become the united states' first her general concern about choosing a role in life which would enable america, journal of american history 60 (1973): 332-56 3 see . A dedicated public health advocate, social reformer, and prolific elizabeth blackwell was born in england, near bristol on february 3, elizabeth's early home life was rich and satisfying for her and her and her increasing interest in the disease later became the subject of what an inspiring story =.
Google is celebrating elizabeth blackwell's 197th birthday on feb she wished she had a female doctor, according to the women's history museum while there, she contracted an eye disease that left her blind in one eye, dashing her “my whole life is devoted unreservedly to the service of my sex.
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History of medicine logo elizabeth blackwell, america's first woman md written she considered the training in women's and children's diseases, as well as her career instead took the direction it was to have for the rest of her life: the .