I would have made it through if I had a woman docter... )=
I refuse to have a woman in my class while I teach this. OUT!!
Stupid woman! I don't want to sit by her.
In the 1820's Elizebeth Blackwell went to see her friend who was suffering from termial diesease. She said she would have made it if she had a woman docter(She was too embarressed to go to a male one. This encouraged Blackwell to become a physician.
Soon to be Woman Doctor School.
What does she think she's doing?
Blackwell began her training with two southern citizens, many people refused to teach a woman. They taught her medicine. In 1847 she returned to home and searched for a school to go to.
Infirmary for Woman and Children
Getting into school was tough for ELizebeth. Men thought woman weren't smart enough to be docters. Teachers at her collage were rude to her, they even exluded her from classes!Eventually she areaned respect from teachers she even worked harder than most boys! She graduated in 1849.
After Blackwell graduated she went to train in London. In the 1850's she worked in a New York infirmary. In the 1860's to the 1870's Elizabeth went to London a lot to establish medical schools for woman.
After Blackwell graduated she went to train in London. In 1887 she opened up her own infirmary with her friend and sister in New York. She wanted to open up spots for women who wanted to become physicians and learn doctoring. They didn't get many patients for people thought that a woman doing a man's job was disgraceful.
In 1907 she fell down a flight of stairs and got badly injured. She died from a stroke in 1910. Elizebeth was a good woman, she helped many women accomplish their dreams.