다른 표현을 사용해주시기 바랍니다. 모두가 행복한 인터넷문화를 만들기 위한 네이버의 노력이오니 회원님의 양해와 협조 부탁드립니다. Her father was a Scottish soldier, and her mother practiced traditional Jamaican medicine. 1048355. Some army officers organized a benefit festival to raise funds in her honor. Due to their different racial backgrounds, her parents could not marry, but Seacole’s mother was more than the “Creole mistress” some historians have labeled her. Registered in England & Wales with company no. At Blundell Hall, Seacole acquired her caring skills, which included the use of hygiene, ventilation, warmth, hydration, rest, empathy, good nutrition and care for the dying. He had no idea who the lady was, and when. As soon as she arrived in the summer of 1855, however, Mary started to take care of the sick and wounded as if she were their mother. In late 18th and early 19th century Jamaica, neonatal deaths were more than a quarter of total births, at a time when European doctors were employing questionable practices such as mercury pills and the bleeding of the patient. In the application process, she stressed that she had considerable experience treating sick soldiers in Jamaica. Mary persevered and founded a firm with Thomas Day, a, distant relative of hers, and they went to the Crimea with a large stock of medicines. She treated patients in the cholera epidemic of 1850, which killed 32,000 Jamaicans. 작성하신 게시글에 사용이 제한된 문구가 포함되어 일시적으로 등록이 제한됩니다. She died on May 14th, 1881. https://youtu.be/qktzZky9Uro?list=PLyQCc4KPVYC6ljy_wNr9cGFIHcmsGLsgK. The last 25 years of her life, however, were spent quietly outside of public attention. A Jamaican woman of mixed race, she was awarded the Order of Merit posthumously by the Government of Jamaica and in 2004, Mary was voted the “Greatest Black Briton.”. Seacole belonged to a small number of free blacks and creoles on the island, estimated at ten thousand or so. Her mother, nicknamed "The Doctress", was a healer who used traditional Caribbean and African herbal remedies and ran Blundell Hall, a boarding house, considered one of the best hotels in Kingston. Unlike Nightingale, Seacole had to overcome prejudice related to her race. From 1851 – 1854 Seacole travelled Central America caring for those suffering with cholera before travelling to the Crimea. Because of her family's close ties with the army, she was able to observe the practices of military doctors and combine that knowledge with the West African remedies she acquired from her mother. She asked herself, "Did these ladies shrink from accepting my aid because my blood flowed beneath a somewhat duskier skin than theirs? 아래에서는 고2 영어1 비상 홍민표 4과 영어교과서 내신대비 풀이 본문1에 대한 강의를 볼 수 있습니다. searching for some kind of clue, he only found the author's initials written on the back side of the painting. Born Mary Jane Grant, the daughter of James Grant, a Scottish Lieutenant in the British Army, and a free Jamaican woman. It was reported that to their surprise, thousands of contributors gathered and her name was shouted by a thousand voices. She had spent all her personal wealth in the Crimea. 이용자 분들이 홍보성 도배, 스팸 게시물로 불편을 겪지 않도록 다음과 같은 경우 해당 게시물 등록이 일시적으로 제한됩니다. Let us send you our email newsletter packed full with highlights from our events and news. The National Portrait Gallery in London confirmed that the painting was genuine and purchased it, quoting that "as a woman and as a West Indian of mixed race, she broke many barriers to make a huge contribution to Victorian society." 다시 한번 비밀번호 확인 하시면 이용중인 화면으로 돌아가며, 작성 중이던내용을 정상적으로 전송 또는 등록하실 수 있습니다. After passing through various auctions, the person in the portrait was finally identified as Mary Seacole. Seacole’s mother, whose name is not known, has been described as Creole of African and English descent. Seacole absorbed herself in work, declining many offers of marriage. While Florence Nightingale became a legend, Mary Seacole was largely forgotten until the year 2003 when her portrait was accidentally discovered. Her mother ran a boarding house while caring for wounded soldiers as if they were her own family members.By observing her mother, Mary learned the practice of traditional Jamaican medicine.