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Rebecca Lee Crumpler

Sarah Kovatch

Rebecca Lee Crumpler

by Sarah Kovatch

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Published by Zaner-Bloser, Inc. in Columbus, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crumpler, Rebecca Lee, -- 1895 -- Juvenile literature,
  • African American women physicians -- Biography -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementby Sarah Kovatch ; illustrations by Jane Kendall.
    GenreJuvenile literature.., Biography, Juvenile literature.
    SeriesVoices reading
    ContributionsCrumpler, Rebecca Lee, 1895.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR154.C852 K68 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16299584M
    ISBN 100736728910
    LC Control Number2006271974
    OCLC/WorldCa129897684

    In her personal life, Dr. Crumpler was married to Arthur Crumpler, a former fugitive slave who was a blacksmith for the North during the U.S. Civil War. In , they had a daughter, Lizzie Sinclair Crumpler. Dr. and Mr. Crumpler were married from until her passing in *Quote taken from her book. View the profiles of people named Rebecca Lee Crumpler. Join Facebook to connect with Rebecca Lee Crumpler and others you may know. Facebook gives people.

    Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler was an author, activist and a physician. She was inspired to enter the medical field after watching her aunt work as a nurse in the community. Rebecca was raised by her aunt and decided early in her life she would to serve her community . When Rebecca Davis Lee Crumpler (February 8, –March 9, ) gathered nearly two decades of her journal notes and poured them into a book, she’d already treated hundreds—probably.

    Rebecca Lee Crumpler, née Davis, (February 8, – March 9, ) was an African American physician and author. Becoming a Doctor of Medicine in after studying at New England Female Medical College, she was the first African-American woman to become a physician in the United States. Crumpler first practiced medicine in Boston, primarily for poor women and children. Rebecca Lee Crumpler was born in in Richmond, Virginia. She was raised in Pennsylvania by her aunt. Her aunt spent a great deal of time caring for the sick in her community. She was probably Crumpler's greatest inspiration for becoming a doctor.


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Rebecca Lee Crumpler challenged the prejudice that prevented African Americans from pursuing careers in medicine to became the first African American woman in the United States to earn an M.D.

degree, a distinction formerly credited to Rebecca Cole. Jan 14,  · Rebecca Davis Lee was born in in Delaware.

Crumpler was raised in Pennsylvania by an aunt who provided care for sick people. InCrumpler moved to Charlestown, Ma. and was hired as a nurse. Crumpler desired to do more than nursing.

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Rebecca Lee Crumpler: Doctress of Medicine (Women Leaders in Medicine Series Book 1).Author: Sheryl Recinos. Rebecca Lee Crumpler, MD, graduated from the New England Female Medical College in She was the first black woman to earn a medical degree in the United States and the only black woman to graduate from the New England Female Medical College.

Jul 03,  · Dr. Crumpler died on March 9, and is buried in Fairview Cemetery near her home in Boston’s Hyde Park neighborhood. The Rebecca Lee Society, one of the first medical societies for African-American women, is named in her honor.

Her home on Joy Street is a stop on the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail. Rebecca Lee Davis Crumpler was the first African-American female physician in the United States. Born Rebecca Davis in Christiana, Delaware, she was raised by her Aunt, a nurse in Pennsylvania.

Her aunt’s nursing and care for others inspired Dr. Crumpler’s lifetime work in healthcare, particularly for women, children, and the poor. Dedicated “to mothers, nurses, and all who may desire to mitigate the afflictions of the human race,” Medical Discourses is the masterwork of Dr.

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Jan 12,  · Such is the case of Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler, the first African American woman to receive a medical degree in the U.S.

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Rebecca Lee Crumpler, managed to to so much in her 64 years on this earth. Crumpler, Rebecca Davis Lee (08 February –09 March ), physician, was born in Delaware, the daughter of Absolum Davis and Matilda frecklesandhoney.com is known of her early life, except that she was raised in Pennsylvania by an aunt who was often sought out by sick neighbors and whose kind attention to the sufferings of others had a great impact on her appreciative and impressionable niece.Feb 28,  · Dr.

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degree in the United States.Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler, who made history as the first Black woman in the United States to earn an M.D. degree, is buried in Fairview Cemetery in Hyde Park, but her grave does not have a headstone.