Mary seacole timeline activity sheet

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1871 - sculpture of Mary Seacole undertaken by Count Gleichen, nephew of Queen Victoria 1873 - Mary was a masseuse to the Princess of Wales. Circa 1873: Photo taken of Mary Seacole for a carte de visite by Maull and Company. 1881 - Mary Seacole became ill in April and died in London on the 14th May after a short illness. On her death ...

Mary Seacole - Resources for Teaching about the Life and Times of a Famous Victorian Woman . The ‘Mary Seacole Trunk’ contains objects (some of them are authentic Victorian) which Mary Seacole may have taken with her to the Crimea. It can be borrowed by schools (usually for a period of 2 weeks). Prior booking is essential. May 10, 2017 · The History Guy celebrates National Nurses week with the forgotten history of Mary Seacole, who was a British nurse during the Crimean War. The History Guy uses images that are in the Public Domain. Mary Seacole Quotes “I am a Creole, and have good Scotch blood coursing through my veins. Many people have traced to my Scottish blood that energy and activity which are not always found in the Creole race, and which have carried me to so many various scenes: and perhaps they are right.” Jun 30, 2016 · A statue that's believed to be the UK's first in honour of a named black woman has been unveiled in London. Mary Seacole was a Jamaican-born nurse who travelled to Britain to care for soldiers who ...

Mary Seacole, 1805 - 1881: Mary Seacole, 1805 - 1881 Seacole was a heroine of the Crimean War, who as a woman of mixed race overcame prejudice. She was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1805. Her father was a Scottish soldier, and her mother a Jamaican. Mary learned her nursing skills from her mother, who kept a boarding house for invalid soldiers. Desired Outcome is to understand why we still remember Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole in the UK. There is a English Language Arts link - using adjectives to describe the nurses. Use this resource to compare with US pioneering nurses. Learn about Mary Anning, one of the most famous palaeontologists ever. Year 5 and Year 6 children research the main fossil-hunting areas of the UK and learn about the 18th Century when Anning lived. Here's a printable timeline of Mary Seacole's life to use on its own, or the children can use it with our timeline worksheets. Mary Seacole Timeline Cut And Stick Worksheet This version of our Mary Seacole timeline worksheet provides a timeline to print as well as key events to cut out and stick in the appropriate places.