Famous People Who Died on September 18
Susan La Flesche Picotte
Doctor / 1865 - 1915
DaSusan La Flesche Picotte was the first Native American female to become a physician in the United States. A member of the Omaha Reservation, she worked there as a physician until 1894.
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