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    CALIFORNIA COLORED WOMEN TRAIL BLAZERS
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NEGRO TRAIL BLAZERS OF CALIFORNIA
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Brown, Hallie Q.
Homespun heroines

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- SARAH G. JONES


SARAH G. JONES


Dr. Sarah G. Jones was born in Virginia soon after the close of the Civil War. She attended the public schools of Richmond, Va., and graduated from the Richmond Normal School. For a number of years she was a teacher in the public schools of her native city. She resigned her position as teacher to enter Howard University, Washington, D. C., to study medicine. After pursuing her studies there for a number of years she received her degree and was the first woman to pass the Virginia Board to practice medicine. She founded the Richmond Hospital and Training School for Nurses. Together with her husband Dr. Miles B. Jones, she enjoyed a most lucreative practice for many years. At her death a few years ago she was still the only colored woman to be practicing medicine in the state of Virginia.


    CALIFORNIA COLORED WOMEN TRAIL BLAZERS
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NEGRO TRAIL BLAZERS OF CALIFORNIA
   Table of Contents    Illustration