Lone Woman: The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell, the First Woman Doctor

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Little, Brown, Jan 1, 1970 - Women physicians - 469 pages
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Describes Elizabeth Blackwell's struggles and achievements in becoming the first woman in the United States to receive a medical degree.

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The best biography of this remarkable woman available. I have read many of them, and this is my favorite. I read it first as a child and later as an adult and enjoyed it equally both time. Easy enough ... Read full review

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Before the 20th century, few professions were open to women. All this changed, however, because of the examples set by Elizabeth Blackwell and other courageous women of the past. Elizabeth Blackwell ... Read full review

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