Mary Seacole

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Mary Seacole
Seacole - Challen.jpg
A portrait of Seacole, c. 1869, by Albert Charles Challen.[1][2]
KamundaganMary Jane Grant
1805
Kingston, Jamaica
Kagadanan14 May 1881 (aged 75)
Paddington, London, England
Iba pang mga ngaranMother Seacole
PagkahimanwaBritish
Trabahonurse, hotelier, boarding house keeper, author, world traveller
Midbid bilangAssistance to sick and wounded military personnel during Crimean War
HonoursOrder of Merit (Jamaica)

Mary Jane Seacole OM (née Grant;[3][4] 1805 – 14 May 1881)[5] sarong British-Jamaican na negosyante asin nars[6] na nag set-up kan "British Hotel" sa bakong literal na tataramon kan Crimean War. Tigladawan siya ini na "sarong magulong lamesa asin komportableng istaran nin mga may helang asin parahay na mga opisyales", asn nagtaong saklolo sa mga lugadan mga nagsisirbe sa hukbo.[4] Hale sa tradisyon nin Jamaican asin West African nin mga doktor, si Seacole naggagamit nin mga herbal para bolongon an mga soldados. Siya tigtawan kan posthumous nin Jamaican Order of Merit kan1991. Kan 2004, siya binoto bilang pinakadakilang itom na Briton.[7]

Guhit ki Mary Seacole ni Crimean war artist William Simpson (1823–1899), c. 1855
Mapa na nagpapaheling kan pagsali ni Mary Seacole sa Crimean War
SAro sa duwang sikat na retrato ni Mary Seacole, kinuanan para carte de visite ni Maull & Company sa London (c. 1873)

Mga toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. Portrait of Mary Jane Seacole (née Grant), by Alberto Charles Challen, c.1869, National Portrait Gallery; Lost portrait of Mary Seacole discovered, National Portrait Gallery, published 10 January 2005.
  2. [http: ns/search/person.php?search=ss&firstRun=true&sText=seacole&LinkID=mp70879 NPG Collection]
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  5. Plantilya:Cite ODNB
  6. Note: see Talk section of this article about the appropriateness of the term, "nurse".
  7. "Nurse named greatest Black Briton", BBC News, 10 February 2004.