The First Woman Doctor: The Story of Elizabeth Blackwell, M. D.
Perfection Learning Corporation, 1987 - 188 pages
The story of Elizabeth Blackwell, America's first woman doctor, who by pursuing her own dream, gave other women the chance to become doctors.
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