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Margaret Macdonald: Imperial Daughter (Footprints Series)
Margaret Macdonald: Imperial Daughter (Footprints Series) Susan Mann 0773529993 9780773529991 During an era of separate spheres for men and women, Margaret MacDonald used her nurses training to gain access to the military and a li
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Margaret Macdonald: Imperial Daughter (Footprints Series) by Susan Mann

During an era of separate spheres for men and women, Margaret MacDonald used her nurses training to gain access to the military and a life of work, travel, and adventure. In 1906, she was one of the first two nurses to receive a permanent appointment to the Canadian Army Medical Corps. She became matron-in-chief of Canadas overseas nursing service during World War I with the rank of major--the first such appointment for a woman in the British Empire. MacDonald also served as a nurse in the military during the Spanish-American and Boer Wars and in Panama during the construction of the canal.

Author: Susan Mann

Language: English

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 328

Publisher: McGill-Queens University Press

Publication Date: 2005-09-01

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ISBN: 0773529993


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