Author:James McCune Smith

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James McCune Smith
(1813–1865)
A prominent abolitionist and author, he was the first African-American to practice medicine, to earn a medical degree in the United States, and to run a pharmacy. Smith wrote forcefully in refutation of some of the most common misconceptions about race, intelligence, medicine, and society in general.
James McCune Smith

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