First Woman Ambulance Surgeon: Emily Barringer

First Woman Ambulance Surgeon: Emily Barringer

Iris Noble / Feb 17, 2020
First Woman Ambulance Surgeon Emily Barringer On a winter day in the newspapers in New York City printed a story that provoked a storm of controversy for the first time in the history of the United States a woman was allowed to intern in a
  • Title: First Woman Ambulance Surgeon: Emily Barringer
  • Author: Iris Noble
  • ISBN: 9780671149802
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Hardcover
  • On a winter day in 1902 the newspapers in New York City printed a story that provoked a storm of controversy for the first time in the history of the United States, a woman was allowed to intern in a hospital, a position that entitled her to practice medicine on equal terms with men For Emily Barringer, a slender, attractive woman in her mid twenties, the appointment wasOn a winter day in 1902 the newspapers in New York City printed a story that provoked a storm of controversy for the first time in the history of the United States, a woman was allowed to intern in a hospital, a position that entitled her to practice medicine on equal terms with men For Emily Barringer, a slender, attractive woman in her mid twenties, the appointment was the climax to eight years of diligent study and sacrifice She had no way of knowing that it also marked the beginning of what was to become a trying ordeal.
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    About "Iris Noble"

      • Iris Noble

        Born in Canada to American parents, Mrs Noble grew up on a horse ranch, then reclaimed her American citizenship at eleven when she and her parents moved to Portland, Oregon After studying English at the University of Oregon, she lived in California and worked as a secretary at a radio station while taking a few graduate classes at Stanford University In 1941, she married Hollister Noble, also an author, and moved with him to New York City, where she began her free lance career writing magazine articles and later books.Although Ms Noble wrote quite a few novels, she is probably most noted for her biographies for young adults She was recognized by the Commonwealth of California in 1962 for First Ambulance Surgeon Emily Barringer 1962 In 1983, Tingambato Adventure in Archeology 1982 was awarded a silver medal by the New York Academy of Sciences Another famous biography, Joseph Pulitzer A Front Page Pioneer 1957 , has since been translated into over 5 languages She died on June 30, 1986 in Patzcuaro, Mexico.


    596 Comments

    1. What a perfectly splendid biography of a brave and wonderful woman Written in that relentlessly positive tone I so well remember from all the Junior Literary Guild biographies I read as a kid, this can t be called great prose The subject transcends the Pollyannaish tone, and Emily Dunning Barringer is a woman to make one s heart soar Can t recommend this one highly enough, and I m in Wendy s debt for the recommendation I m just as glad I missed this as a kid because it probably would have sent m [...]


    2. Me encant leer la biograf a de esta pionera de la medicina Gracias, Emily, a ti y a las que como t allanaron el camino para las que vinimoa detr s Gracias.


    3. Great book Kept my interest thoroughout Makes you realize how far women have come in the work place Now I want to read her autobiography.


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