An introduction to the life and achievements of the first American female doctor describes the limited career prospects available to women in the early nineteenth-century, the opposition Blackwell faced while pursuing a medical education, and her pioneering medical career that opened doors for future generations of women.
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Tanya Lee Stone loves to write about women pushing boundaries. She is the award-winning author of The House thatJane Built, Who Said Women Can't Be Doctors?, and ElizabethLeads the Way. She lives in Burlington, Vermont.View Author
Marjorie Priceman has twice received Caldecott Honors, one for her illustrations in Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin! and one for Hot Air: The(Mostly) True Story of the First Hot-Air Balloon Ride. She is the illustrator of Who Said Women Can't Be Doctors? by Tanya LeeStone. She lives in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.View Illustrator