“There are seasons…that team with power, when minds mingling for the first time produce electrical action.” -Harriot Kezia Hunt, 1856
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“There are seasons, my medical brother and sister, that team with power, when minds mingling for the first time produce electrical action. Lose those moments, wait for a more convenient time, it never comes.” -Harriot Kezia Hunt, 1856
Harriot Kezia Hunt, a homeopathic doctor, campaigned for women’s suffrage and for women to be admitted to medical schools. Harriot applied multiple times unsuccessfully to attend Harvard Medical School, starting in 1847. Harvard Medical School admitted women for the first time nearly 100 years later, in 1945.
Harriot Hunt, pioneer for American women in the field of medicine, was born on November 9, 1805.
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