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Lydia Folger Fowler M.D.
5 May 1822 – 26 January 1879
The second woman in America to earn a medical degree.
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Chapter VII: Eclectic, Thomsonian, and Homeopathic Medical Schools. - The Schools at Rochester, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio. - Lydia Folger Fowler, M.D., 1850. - Sarah Adamson Dolley, M.D., 1851. - Rachel Brooks Gleason, M.D., 1851
Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead
Dr. Elizabeth Burr Thelberg
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Medical Women of America: A Short History of the Pioneer Medical Women of America and of a Few of Their Colleagues in England