Elizabeth Blackwell's Success
By: Shaakil Brown
Elizabeth Blackwell was born on February 3, 1821, in Bristol, England. As a girl, she moved with her family to the United States.
Women's History Month - Elizabeth Blackwell
Elizabeth was the first to graduate medical school. In the 1860s she built a medical school for women. Also she set up a private school in London and became the lecturer.
Blackwell’s family encouraged her plan, and two of her brothers drove her to North Carolina from her home in Cincinnati so that she could teach school and begin preparing for medical education. She also was a surgeon and physician.
She contracted a disease on an infant that her left eye went blind. She also created an medical house handicap women and children and helped them meet their needs. She also was helping them with getting early education about medical/doctor tutorial
Elizabeth medical school