April 5, 1862: Susie King Taylor (14) takes charge of a school for ex-slaves in GA. She will be the 1st laundress attached to an all-black Union Army regiment, the 1st black Army nurse & the only black woman to publish a memoir of her Civil War life.
Health History Assessment: “SAMPLE” In general, do not obtain a detailed history until life-threatening injuries have been identified and therapy has been initiated. The secondary survey is essentially a head-to-toe assessment of progress, vital signs, etc. More nursing mnemonics at: http://nurseslabs.com/nursing-health-assessment-mnemonics-tips/
.Lucy Craft Laney (April 13, 1854 – October 24, 1933) was an early African American educator who established a school for African American children in Augusta, Georgia. Jimmy Carter selected her portrait to hang in the Georgia State Capitol.
Susie Baker King Taylor (Aug 6th, 1848 - October 6th, 1912).... Ms. Taylor is the daughter of slaves; an African American army nurse; she worked with the black Union troops during the Civil War. She was the only African American woman to publish a memoir of her wartime experiences. She was also the first African American to teach openly in a school for former slaves in Georgia.