Mary Eliza Mahoney
By Kaylee Hodge
She was the first native american women who completed nursing school. As well as a member of the newly founded national association of colored graduate nurses.
Interesting facts & Character traits
About her life
She has been know to be one of the first women to register vote. In 1878 she was admitted to the nursing program. Subsequently, she became one of the first black members of the Nurses Associated. She was inducted into the nursing hall of fame in 1976. She lived to be about 80 years old. She was brave and she persevered.