Posted on 04 July 2011.
1861: Anderson Ruffin Abbott (7 April 1837 – 29 December 1913) was the first Black Canadian to become a physician after being granted a medical licence from the medical board of Upper Canada in 1861.
1862: Washington, D.C.: Freedmen's Hospital is established & is the only Federally-funded health care facility for Negroes in the nation. 1864: ...
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Posted on 28 February 2009.
Mary Seacole is, without a doubt one of the unsung heroines of British History. She was one of the two famous women who aided British troops in the Crimea.
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