1800's - Susan La Flesche Picotte - Savannah Wood

1800's - Susan La Flesche Picotte - Savannah Wood
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  • Ahhh, Connecticut!
  • She was an advocate member in the Connecticut Indian Association. She is a strong believer in Native American rights as she states "we who are educated need to be the pioneers of the Indian Civilization." 
  • She graduated top of her class at the Women's Medical College at Philadelphia.
  • WOMEN"S MEDICAL COLLEGE AT PHILADELPHIA CLASS OF 1889
  • She became a physician, the first by an American Indian women and among the first by an Indian. 
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  • She is a symbol for many marginalized groups who sought empowerment in the 19th century.
  • She gained power for the American Indians, as a group, especially in the field of medicine.
  • She also evolved the future for women in general, especially in the medical field. 
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