By: Gabriella Eitniear
Born: February 3, 1821
Died: May 31, 1910
Highlights of Childhood
Entry into Adulthood and Motivations to become a reformer.
Wrongs of the World before this reform
The Change Elizabeth made
After Blackwell established this hospital, Elizabeth had her sister take over the school for young girls. She returned to England and later in 1857, she became chair of gynecology at the London School of Medicine for Women in England. This was also a great accomplishment for Elizabeth because part of her earlier ambitions was to be able to give woman the rights to be able to have a woman physician to turn to.In 1859 Blackwell returned to the United States and she resumed work with the Infirmary. During the Civil War, the Blackwell sisters helped to organize the Women’s Central Association of Relief, selecting and training nurses for service in the war.