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Women doctors in gilded-age Washington

race, gender, and professionalization
  • 246 Pages
  • 0.77 MB
  • English
University of Illinois Press , Urbana
Women physicians -- Washington (D.C.) -- History -- 19th century., Sex discrimination in medicine -- Washington (D.C.) -- History -- 19th century., Professional socialization -- Washington (D.C.) -- Sex differences -- History -- 19th century., Women -- Washington (D.C.) -- Social conditions -- History -- 19th century., History of Medicine, 19th Cent. -- District of Columbia., Physicians, Women -- history -- District of Colu


Washington (D.C.), District of Colu

StatementGloria Moldow.
SeriesWomen in American history
LC ClassificationsR692 .M6 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 246 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2725508M
ISBN 100252013794
LC Control Number86019251

Women Doctors in Gilded-Age Washington: Race, Gender, and Professionalization (Women in American History) Hardcover – June 1, Cited by: Gloria Moldow is the author of Women Doctors in Gilded-Age Washington ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published )/5(2).

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Theyou may recall, were the cream of American Gilded Age society; the number having been arrived at by estimating how many revelers could fit. None, however, reached the heights of the profession that men of comparable ability and training obtained.” (Women Doctors in Gilded-age Washington, p.4) InThe New England Hospital for Women and Children was founded by Marie Elizabeth Zakrzewska, and.

Bringing Down the Colonel: A Sex Scandal of the Gilded Age, and the Powerless Woman Who Took On Washington A look at things in Victorian America for women.

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A Kentucky lawyer and politician makes promises he wont keep and plays fast and loose with young women while his wife is at home.4/5.

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) One of the biggest changes in late 19th century America and one which would have the most significant impact on women’s lives was the growth of cities. Restoring the balance: Women doctors in gilded-age Washington book physicians and the profession of medicine, / by: More, Ellen Singer, Published: () Out of the dead house: nineteenth-century women physicians and the writing of medicine / by: Wells, Susan.

Published: (). Donati (The Endless Forest,etc.) introduces two women doctors living near Washington Square during the Gilded Age: Dr. Liliane "Anna" Savard (granddaughter of Nathaniel Bonner of the Wilderness series) and Dr.

Sophie Elodie Savard (Nathaniel’s great-granddaughter but about the same age as Anna).Author: Sara Donati. Wilkerson, Artishia Garcia Gilbert (born: - died: ) Artishia Garcia Gilbert was the first African American woman to pass the medical boards and become a doctor in Kentucky.

She was an graduate of State University [later Simmons College, KY] and also taught at the school. These bibliographies provide materials for the woman physicians featured in the Changing the Face of Medicine exhibition. A list of books provides suggested K reading materials and videos that explore the possibilities for women in the world of medicine.

Gloria M. Women Doctors in Gilded-Age Washington: Race, Gender, and. Sara Donati’s spellbinding novel “The Gilded Hour” tells the intertwined stories of two young women, both physicians, in the years of the : Melinda Bargreen.

The Gilded Age - Spanning from toThe Gilded Age provides insight into the key issues that shaped America in the late nineteenth century, including race and ethnicity, immigration, labor, women's rights, American Indians, political corruption, and monetary policy.

These materials are frequently rare and hard-to-find, and include songs, letters, photographs, cartoons, government Author: Michael Schaefer. Women in Medicine: Women Doctors from the History Books, Part One Janu History, STEM thefeministbibliothecary Throughout history and into the present, women have been given far fewer education and career opportunities than men have.

Looking for Gilded Age books in varying genres, I found the eye-opening How Women May Earn a Living. It was published in by Helen Churchill Candee, a successful journalist, author, and interior decorator, who would later survive the Titanic and keep writing and traveling until she was   Women Doctors in Gilded-Age Washington: Race, Gender, and Professionalization.

Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, More, Ellen S. Restoring the Balance: Women Physicians and the Profession of Medicine, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Rosenberg, Charles and Carroll Smith-Rosenberg.

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(Or I’ve never had a good women doctor at least. I probably got dealt a bad hand.) A consequence of being a strong, independent women is being independent and alone romantically, or at least struggling to find a man willing to accept an alpha-female.

No offence but women doctors are good for fantasies for some men, but that’s about it. Author(s): Moldow,Gloria Title(s): Women doctors in Gilded-Age Washington: race, gender, and professionalization/ Gloria Moldow. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Urbana: University of Illinois Press, c Women Doctors in Gilded-Age Washington: Race, Gender, and Professionalization.

Urbana: University of Illinois Press, Call Number: Special Collections R M6 Morton (Jack) Papers, Call Number: Special Collections MSFile Size: KB. Mary Almera Parsons (2 May – 12 January ) was an American physician who successfully petitioned for the Medical Society of the District of Columbia to grant medical licenses to women.

In Parsons entered medical school at Howard University in Washington, D.C. In June she graduated from Howard University and applied for her licence to practice, along with fellow graduate Alma mater: Howard University College of.

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Gilded Age excess may have gone out of style by But every financial titan or old money heir staked their claim to the Millionaire’s Colony in the late 19th century, intent on building a marble castle.

See the amazing photos of this palaces in Ephemeral New York’s upcoming book, The Gilded Age in New York, Caroline B. Winslow practiced successfully in Cincinnati from to and having become interested in homeopathy, graduated in from the Western College of Homeopathy in Cleveland, then went to Utica, New York, the home of her parents, where she remained for more than seven Aprilafter the death of her parents, she went to Washington, D.

C., where she served as Born: Caroline Brown, Novem. [1] For information on women in medicine in nineteenth century America, see: Mary Roth Walsh, Doctors Wanted, No Women Need Apply; Sexual Barriers in the Medical Profession, (New Haven: Yale University Press, ); for a review of Walsh’s book, see: Regina Morantz, “Women in the Medical Profession; Why Were There so Few?” Reviews in American History (June ), pp.

Green, who was born in a well-to-do Quaker family inmade her fortune during the Gilded Age by investing in railroads and lending money to America’s great cities, including New York and. Elizabeth Camden is best known for her historical novels set in Gilded Age America.

Before she was a writer, she was an academic librarian.

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Her novels have won the RITA and Christy Award and have appeared on the CBA bestsellers list. She lives in Orlando, Florida, with her husband, who graciously tolerates her intimidating stockpile of : Baker Publishing Group.

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National Book Award nominee Milton Rugoff gives his uniquely revealing view of the Gilded Age in this collective biography of Americans from to Writing on the political spoilsmen, money kings, parvenus, forty-niners, lords of the press, sexual transgressors, and women's rights leaders, Rugoff focuses on thirty-six men and women from /5(3).Pris:.

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