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Rebecca Lee Crumpler

Voices Leveled Library

by Sarah Kovatch Author · Jane Kendall Artist


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The book is a biography of Rebecca Lee Crumpler, the first African American woman to become a doctor. Against great odds, she earned her medical degree in 1864 and began treating newly freed slaves in Richmond, Virginia. She later set up an office in Boston and wrote a book offering simply stated medical advice for women and children.

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Zaner-Bloser, Inc.
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Voices Leveled Library


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Rebecca Lee Crumpler
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