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MARY

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NAME: MARY E. WALKER
OCCUPATION:WOMEN'S RIGHTS ACTIVIST + DOCTER/SURGEON
EDUCATION
education: Mary walker got an early education at Falley Seminarin Fulton,new york. she worked in a field typically for males.she then enrolled at syracuse medical college and graduated with a doctor of medicine degree in 1855
* known for becoming the first women
to recieve the medal of honor
*she's also known for her work as an outspoker women's rights activist
*she was seeking to change the restrictive styles of women's fashion in her day
*after the civil war began in 1961, walker began volunteer as a nurse
FUN FACTS
MARY E. WALKER
*medal of honor recipient*
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