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  • i will help both of you guys soon
  • shortly Dorothea Dix left Washington, she join the union and served as a nurse
  • Dorothea Dix, Created the first generation  of american mental asylums on 1849 and open on 1856 
  • where is the paint !?
  • Its down by the truck dude. 
  • She was a teacher and a reformer.Her effort on behalf of the mental ill and perishers helped create dozen of the new institutions across the US and in europe and change people pereption of those population.   Dorothea Dix improved since she created meant medication. 
  • NAH REALLY !!
  • Help Wanted For Social Formers 
  • Better take the chance, before anyone else does!!
  • After the war, Dorothea Dix returned to her work as a social reformer.
  • She helped us a lot in people life because without her creation, the people with mental illnos will be spreading and the population would have srink due to many deaths. 
  • CRY,CRY,CRY
  • Dorothea Dix was born in Hampden, Maine, in 1802. Her father Joseph was an itinerant Methodist preacher who was frequently away from home, and her mother suffered from debilitating bouts of depression. The oldest of three children, Dorothea ran her household and cared for her family members from a very young age. Joseph Dix, though a strict and volatile man prone to alcoholism and depression, taught his daughter to read and write, fostering Dorothea’s lifelong love of books and learning. Still, Dorothea’s early years were difficult, unpredictable and lonely.
  • Her name shoudl be Dorothea Lynde Dix! 
  • Congradulation Mary Bigelow, You have raise a Beatiful girl. 
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