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How did she die so young? Only 35 or 36 years old.Georgia E.Patton Memphis,TN :: ex-slave & The Licensed Black Woman Doctor in the state of Tennessee. Black History Facts, Black History Month, Female Doctor, Woman Doctor, Afro, African American Women, African Americans, Non Plus Ultra, My Black Is Beautiful

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